Suppose I have two queries that will be frequently run against my database: SELECT UserID, UserName, UserGender FROM Users WHERE UserID = @User SELECT UserID, UserName, UserGender FROM ...
Disclaimer: Please bear with me as someone who only uses databases a tiny fraction of his work time. (Most of the time I do C++ programming in my job, but every odd month I need to search/fix/add ...
I've used dynamic SQL for many tasks and continuously run into the same problem: Printing values of variables used inside the Dynamic T-SQL statement. EG: Declare @SQL nvarchar(max), @Params ...
Since there seems to be no way to strip the procedure definition from comments without parsing cf. this, there seem to be no reliably T-SQL query to answer this question. Or can I get this ...