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Posted Mar 15, 2004

Stored procedures and its dependent objects

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff



>>Script Language and Platform: MS SQL Server 7.0/2000
This simple select statement could present you

(1) All the user defined stored procedures in the current database
(2) Stored procedure's dependencies; stored procedure's related objects (tables, views)
(3) Actions on the tables or view when executing the stored procedure - Select, Insert, Update and Delete

Author: Claire Hsu


SELECT DISTINCT 
--ProcName indicates the stored procedure nane
ProcName=object_name(a.ID),
--TableOrView presents the stored procedrues relate objects
TableOrView=object_name(depid),
--The following are the action from stored procedure's perspective
'select' = case WHEN c.text like '%select %' THEN 'Select' ELSE '' END,
'Update' = case WHEN c.text like '%update %' THEN 'Update' ELSE '' END,
'Delete' = case WHEN c.text like '%delete %' THEN 'Delete' ELSE '' END,
'Insert' = case WHEN c.TEXT LIKE '%Insert %' THEN 'Insert' ELSE '' END FROM 
Sysdepends a INNER JOIN Sysobjects b ON a.ID = b.ID
INNER JOIN Syscomments c 
ON a.ID = c.ID 
WHERE b.Status > 0 

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