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The Lookup Procedure Name window allows you to look up the names of procedures stored in the database. Once you find the procedure you are looking for, you can insert it into the SQL Statements pane at your current cursor position.
This window has the following components:
Type the first few characters of the procedure you are looking for Type the first few characters of the procedure name in the text box to restrict the list of procedures to only those that start with the text you enter.
Click the procedure you want, then click OK Select the procedure from the list. Click OK to insert the procedure name into the SQL Statements pane at your current cursor position.
Show owner names Select this option to prefix each procedure name in the list with the name of the database user who owns the procedure.
Show system objects Select this option if you want the system-supplied stored procedures to appear in the list.
You can use the SQL wildcard characters % (percent sign) and _ (underscore) to help narrow your search. % matches any string of zero or more characters, while _ matches any one character.
For example, to list all the procedures that contain the word profile, type %profile%.
To search for a percent sign or underscore within a procedure name, you must prefix the percent sign or underscore with a ~ (tilde).
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