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System proc sp_SysInfo to get


System proc sp_SysInfo to get

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trying to save this as a stored procedure in SQL2005, but am getting an error: Cannot assign a default value to a local variable.

Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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sql 2005 does not allow assigning values to a variable during declaration. You can have the declare done first and then assign the values to the declared variables.
I have not tested this script on sql 2005, I do not have one setup. If things do not work as a complete package in sql 2005 you can get rid of the pieces that does not work and use the rest if you'd like.
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A sample if you need it

--SQL2008++
DECLARE @i INT = 5,
@k INT = 6
GO
--SQL2005++
DECLARE @i INT,
@k INT

SELECT @i = 5,
@k = 6
GO
-- SQL2005++
DECLARE @i INT,
@k INT

SET @i = 5
SET @k = 6
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when trying to copy and paste this script into my SQL manager studio, it gives me a ton of "Incorrect syntax near ' '." errors due to the characters spaces in each line. Am I copying this wrong from the site, or is there an easier way to remove these so the script will run?

thanks!
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try to copy and paste into word first and then paste it to notepad to see if the off characters are removed then copy it to management studio.
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Thanks for the script.
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