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I'm looking for a way to connect to a database server with a user supplied username/password and then searching through all the databases for a particular text string.
I know I can connect to each database individually and type sp_findtext '%<word>%' but it would be much easier to do this programmatically.
I came across some code to do this a few years ago, but can't seem to find it now.
There's actually 3 steps to this:
1. Connecting to a database server with a user name and password
2. Getting a list of all the databases connected to the server
3. Connecting to each individual database and searching for particular text.
I was more looking for what was in the stored procedures. I wanted a way for it to easily connect to one database, do the search and return the results, then hit the next database and repeat the process for all databases.