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Run Sproc on all tables


Run Sproc on all tables

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I have a stored procedure that uses a paramater (which is the table name) I am running this sproc on. How can I run it on all my tables in the db I am on?

This is how I would run it:
exec sp_mysproc 'mytablename'

I have about 100 tables and don't want to change the table name in the command 100 times.



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GrassHopper (6/4/2013)
I have a stored procedure that uses a paramater (which is the table name) I am running this sproc on. How can I run it on all my tables in the db I am on?

This is how I would run it:
exec sp_mysproc 'mytablename'

I have about 100 tables and don't want to change the table name in the command 100 times.


You could use the sys tables to help you build a string (which is what I would do) or you could use the undocumented sp_msforeachtable.

I have to say I am a little concerned about a stored proc that receives the table name as a parameter. What does it do?

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It runs some stats on the table. The sproc was built by someone else which is no longer with my company.



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This worked for me:

USE FSW_NZ_BIS_Sep12_S;

EXECUTE sp_MSforeachtable 'EXECUTE SP_PRGDS [?];';


Thanks!



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