Recently while working on an application that heavily uses Stored Procedures, I had to often open up SQL Server Management Studio/ Visual Studio Server Explorer to physically check the parameters of a Stored Procedure. This became cumbersome at times since the procs were in different databases and I wish there were a query that returned me the Stored Procedure parameters, as soon as I supply it with the stored procedure name.
If you have been looking out for something similar, here’s what I came up with:
SELECT parm.name AS Parameter,
typ.name AS [Type]
FROM sys.procedures sp
JOIN sys.parameters parm ON sp.object_id = parm.object_id
JOIN sys.types typ ON parm.system_type_id = typ.system_type_id
WHERE sp.name = 'aspnet_Membership_GetUsers'
I am a happy man now :)
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