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Insert Update Stored Procedure for a table

By Prasad Bhogadi,

This is a small script that generates Insert and Update Stored Procedure for a selected table. The script asssumes that it has a primary key with auto identity defined. The user needs to have admin access on the database as it uses system tables. I have scripted this for my primary use of creating base templates where the tables have many columns. The users may want to customize as per their requirements. This uses same logic as that is used by the system stored procedure to fetch the table definition.

Run the script from your ISQL and execute the stored procedure for a table for which you want to generate Insert /update script stored procedure with input parameters.

Do let me know if you have any questions.

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