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ps_SearchStoredProcedures

By epay0,

ps_SearchStoredProcedures provides a "find utility" to search for string in Stored Procedure(s) that you select without dumping to a SQL script file. This stored procedure returns a list of the stored procedures that the string was found in and list of line numbers where the text was found.

Both parameters of the stored procedure allow for wildcards.
 
ps_SearchStoredProcedures
    @SearchString varchar(255),
    @WhichProcs varchar(255)
EX.
  EXEC ps_SearchStoredProcedures '%Bob%','%Search%'

  --> Searches for "Bob" in the Stored Procedures that have "Search" in the name of the stored procedure

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