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Exploring SSMS - Identifying Extended Stored Procedures

Oct 19 2011 2:19AM by Madhivanan   

As you know I have started a new series on "Exploring SSMS" by which I will be posting some features that are available in SSMS which will be very helping during the development. In this post we will see how to know if a procedure is extended stored procedure.

In the Object Explorer, goto Databases-->System databases-->master-->programmability-->Extended Stored Procedures All that starts with sys.xp_ are extended stored procedure If you want to knwo if a particular procedure is extended stored procedure, the IntelliSense will also will let you know typing. For example type the following

EXEC xp_cmdshell 

As soon as you type a space after xp_cmdshell, the popup will show the message

master.sys.xp_cmdshell 
parameter help is not not supported for extended stored procedures

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