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Procedure Search by Keyword(s)

By julianhaynes,

Searches SysComments for occurances of entered keywords and returns a list of procedures that contain the keywords. eg1) To find all procedures with 'nMyColumn' in EXEC utl_ProcSearch 'nMyColumn' eg2) To find all procedures with 'nMyColumn' in and 'nMyColumn2' in EXEC utl_ProcSearch 'nMyColumn', 'nMyColumn2' eg3) To find all procedures with temporary tables in... EXEC utl_ProcSearch '#' NB: Triggers also returned Caviate: SysComments splits procedures into rows of 4000 chrs each so there is a very small chance that it could miss a procedure if the keyword spans 2 rows. As the chances of this are minimal the benfits out weigh this

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