Get default values of parameters in stored procedures

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  • People may not know what is dbo.fnSplit that you use in this example...

  • Here is the script of dbo.fnSplit function;

    SET ANSI_NULLS ON

    GO

    SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON

    GO

    CREATE function [dbo].[fnSplit]

    (@pString nvarchar(max),@pSplitChar char(1))

    returns @tblTemp table (tid int,value varchar(1000))

    as

    begin

    declare @vStartPositionint

    declare @vSplitPositionint

    declare @vSplitValuevarchar(1000)

    declare @vCounterint

    set @vCounter=1

    select @vStartPosition = 1,@vSplitPosition=0

    set @vSplitPosition = charindex( @pSplitChar , @pString , @vStartPosition )

    if (@vSplitPosition=0 and len(@pString) != 0)

    begin

    INSERT INTO @tblTemp

    (

    tid,

    value

    )

    VALUES

    (

    1,

    @pString

    )

    return--------------------------------------------------------------->>

    end

    set @pString=@pString+@pSplitChar

    while (@vSplitPosition > 0 )

    begin

    set @vSplitValue = substring( @pString , @vStartPosition , @vSplitPosition - @vStartPosition )

    set @vSplitValue = ltrim(rtrim(@vSplitValue))

    INSERT INTO @tblTemp

    (

    tid,

    value

    )

    VALUES

    (

    @vCounter,

    @vSplitValue

    )

    set @vCounter=@vCounter+1

    set @vStartPosition = @vSplitPosition + 1

    set @vSplitPosition = charindex( @pSplitChar , @pString , @vStartPosition )

    end

    return

    end

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  • Thanks for the script.

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