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How can change procedure in SQL Server?
Last Updated: 10th June, 2020
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Then, how do I change the name of a stored procedure in SQL Server?
Using SQL Server Management Studio Expand Stored Procedures, right-click the procedure to rename, and then click Rename. Modify the procedure name. Modify the procedure name referenced in any dependent objects or scripts.
Likewise, how can we access stored procedure in SQL Server? Using SQL Server Management Studio Expand Stored Procedures, right-click the procedure and then click Script Stored Procedure as, and then click one of the following: Create To, Alter To, or Drop and Create To. Select New Query Editor Window. This will display the procedure definition.
Furthermore, how do I save a stored procedure in SQL Server?
You can change the SQL code, then save the stored procedure to update the stored procedure in the database. To save a stored procedure to the database, right-click the editor and select Save to Database from the menu or press Ctrl+S. Next, you can paste this statement into Query Designer and modify it as before.
Where are stored procedures stored?
A stored procedure (sp) is a group of SQL requests, saved into a database. In SSMS, they can be found just near the tables. Actually in terms of software architecture, it's better to stored the T-SQL language into the database, because if a tier changes there would be no need to modify another.