How to Declare a global variable in SQL Server

How can I declare a global variable in SQL Server?
I want this varaiable to be visible across multiple stored procedures.
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BrianWrenCommented:
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Gustavo Perez BuenrostroCommented:
You can not declare global variables in SQL Server. However, you can create a global temporary table to store all values you need to share. Let me know if you need more detail about this.
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martiAuthor Commented:
gpbuenrostro, could you please refer to a source which would clarify this article?
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Gustavo Perez BuenrostroCommented:
“Global variables are predefined and maintained by the system”.

The only way to resolve this problem is creating a table in which you must store the values of all your “global” variables and use a stored procedure to get the values from this table whenever you need them.

To get more detail see:

-"variables" definition on Glossary of BOL.
-Question 10198058 on EE:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=mssql&qid=10198058 
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martiAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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