November 26, 2010

Get the Current Stored Procedure Name in SQL Server




I see a lot of developers asking how to get the currently executing Stored Procedure name. This is probably for logging the stored procedures when they are executed.

Here’s a very simple way. I have added comments to explain the code

Current Stored Procedure

Observe the built-in object_name(@@procid) function which returns the Stored Procedure name

OUTPUT

Current Stored Procedure


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