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    sqlserver

    what is the query for seeing only stored procedures in sqlserver


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    Re: sqlserver

    CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE [SCHEME.] procedurename
    (argument {IN, OUT, IN OUT} data type,....) {IS, AS}
    variable declarations:
    constant declarations;
    BEGIN
    PL/SQL subprogram body;
    EXCEPTION
    exception PL/SQL block;
    END;


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    Re: sqlserver

    Hi Gopi,

    Its' simple just run the following query

    Select * from sysobjects where xtype='P'


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    Re: sqlserver

    select * from sysobjects where type='p'


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