Tuesday, July 21, 2009
It's been a while since I've updated the blog, but I Did want to mention that I am working on a neat article, which focuses on my passion for performance. Stay tuned for the latest details...
in the mean time, have you ever been stuck with someone else's database? Or how'bout a vendor database where someone needs you to extend a task. Well finding the stored procedures is relatively simple. Remember just go through profiler, run the process and you can monitor which stored procedures are called sometimes this also provides you some feedback on which tables are being accessed. Other times you may need to report on some of this information, so you may need to search the database on where they decided to store such information. I extended my own version of Narayana's searchalltables procedure, in this new version you'll notice that you get to also search text (and ntext) fields along with only a single while loop.
Check out the latest script and article here:
Searching Unidentified Tables and Columns for Specific Content