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How can I unencrypted a stored procedure


How can I unencrypted a stored procedure

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Thanks again for your help with this. It seems as I've only got a trial version the button is greyed out. I can't get to it with an old or new project up or even with nothing but the first screen Angry
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Matt Miller (4) - Friday, May 9, 2008 6:17 PM
Have you tried turning on profiler and running the procedure? Often enough - Profiler will capture the unencrypted version of the procedure. No fuss, no muss.
It is showing as encrypted text when i ran through profiler. so no use.
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karnatibharathkumar - Thursday, December 28, 2017 12:44 AM
Matt Miller (4) - Friday, May 9, 2008 6:17 PM
Have you tried turning on profiler and running the procedure? Often enough - Profiler will capture the unencrypted version of the procedure. No fuss, no muss.
It is showing as encrypted text when i ran through profiler. so no use.


This is a 10 year old topic. You would be better creating a new topic for your own needs (are you, for example really using SQL Server 2000?) and then referencing this topic with what you have tried.


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You clearly need to unencrypt this as it has not been recorded in any documentation or change process, whatever method you use I recommend documenting and scripting into your change process system when you have resolved the issue.

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