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Posted Thursday, April 17, 2014 1:22 PM
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kumar4ashwani (4/17/2014)
how can check the encrypted procedure...... or how can decrypt that.....


Meaning you have a procedure that was created "with encryption"? Not sure what that has to do with Backups.

So what is your question? How to test an encrypted procedure or how to decrypt it?


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Correcting my question, the question is how to decrypt the encrypted procedure
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