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stored procedures in sql server 2005


stored procedures in sql server 2005

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vaduguru.sankar
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how to copy existing stored procedure before updating it in sql server express management studio screen
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I am not sure if management studio is limited in SQL Express, but usually you can just Right-Click on the stored proc name and select "Script Stored Procedure As" then select "Create To" finally select an appropriate option and save the query in a good place.

If by chance the management studio for SQL Express does not have this option, you can run this command and then save the query results somewhere.

exec sp_helptext 'ProcedureName'
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