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QuestionHow to find the location of an update Pin
Brady Kelly7-Jul-08 5:21
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I'm getting an error calling a stored proc, and the error is about attempting to update a view, but I cannot find the location of the update, as the stored proc call calls other stored procs, etc. many, many levels deep. I've tried searching syscomments for all procs that contain the view name, and narrowed it down to nine procs, and thought I removed any updates from those procs, but I'm still getting the same error. Is there any other way to solve this rather than manual inspection?



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