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How to delete all stored procedures from sql server database

Introduction In this article i will explain how to delete all the user defined Stored Procedures from your Sql Server database.

Description: In previous articles i explained How to delete all tables from Sql server Database and How to delete all views from sql server database and  How to delete all triggers from sql server database . Now i am going to share the command to delete all the created stored procedure from the Sql Server database.

Note: This command will delete all the stored procedures from your database so use with care.

Implementation: In Sql Server execute the following command:


Declare @procName varchar(500)
Declare cur Cursor For Select [name] From sys.objects where type = 'p'
Open cur
Fetch Next From cur Into @procName
While @@fetch_status = 0
Begin
 Exec('drop procedure ' + @procName)
 Fetch Next From cur Into @procName
End
Close cur
Deallocate cur 



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July 24, 2013 ×

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