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I posted the query below in SQL Server section, but no one responded, hopefully someone here may help me out.

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You can't do this through Query Analyzer (that i know of) you can, however, do it through enterprise manager.

Go into Enterprise manager and right click on the database that has the stored procedures you want to script, right click go to the 'All Tasks' menu and select generate SQL Script.

On the window that pops up, press the 'Show All' button and check the All Stored Procedures check box. Click ok and you have a script that will generate all of your stored procedures.

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Thanx parsons

Yup, I know the way to generate script via Enterprise Manager, was thinking that it could be possible via Query Analyzer. Anyways, thanx for the quick reponse.

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