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Search all objects in all DBs for code fragments

By Cade Bryant,

This procedure allows you to search through all objects in all databases on your server for words/phrases in your object code.  Very handy for cases in which, for example, a column name on a table has been changed and you need to search your entire server for any sprocs/views/etc. that might reference it.

Syntax: [EXEC] sp_FindCodeStr [@SearchStr=]'', [@PrintOnly=]{0, 1}

Notice that no cursors or temp tables are used in this sproc.  Dynamic T-SQL execution appends all the needed statements onto the @sql variable, building the batch in a set-oriented manner, and then the final batch is executed via sp_executesql.  As a result, this sproc performs surprisingly well.

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