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Find a string in DB objects.

By James Travis,

Find a string in Procedures, Triggers, Constraints, Defaults, Functions, and Views. First off this will not work for any items that have the WITH ENCRYPTION remark in them. With this is can pose a string such as 'INSERT' against all the 'P'rocedures to get a return of which Procedures have an INSERT statment in them or you can do word strings such as 'FROM TABLE1 WHERE COL1 =' or string list searches such as 'INSERT%TABLE1%COL1 ='. You can use any valid like strings you wish, but you don't need leading and ending wildcards as general most items start with a specific item such as CREATE which will be contained in the majority of code items. This is compatible with SQL 7/2000.

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