Morten Wittrock

I've been working professionally with relational databases in general and SQL Server in particular since 1994. I'm a Microsoft Certified Professional (Designing and Implementing Databases with Microsoft SQL Server 2000) and a Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform. Currently employed at one of Europe's largest IT consulting companies.

Creating Stored Procedure Documentation with XML, SQL-DMO and XSLT

This article introduces TSQLDoc, a Windows Script Host script that extracts procedure metadata and embedded documentation comments from Transact-SQL stored procedures, generates XML documentation for every stored procedure in a database and optionally transforms the XML document into HTML or other format using XSLT.

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