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Posted Oct 18, 2005

Demystifying Debugging in SQL Server 2005

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From SQL Server Magazine]

To debug a T-SQL stored procedure in SQL Server 2000, you use the Query Analyzer. You simply right-click the stored procedure and choose Debug. In SQL Server 2005, SQL Server Management Studio replaces the Query Analyzer. It's logical to assume that to debug a T-SQL stored procedure in SQL Server 2005, you simply right-click a stored procedure and select Management Studio's debug feature. Unfortunately, it's not that straightforward. A debug option is nowhere to be found.

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