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Copy Stored Procedures from one database to another

Posted on 2003-12-06
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I have got to be overlooking something... Surely it can't be that difficult to copy stored procedures and views from one database to another on the same server.  Seems strange that I can right-mouse click and select copy, but when I move down to the other database there isn't any "Paste" option.
I am working on SQL Server 2000. I don't want to move tables, just SP, Views, And Functions.  What is the EASIST way to do this?
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by:dasari
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When u right click on it and select copy, it copies the script of the sp to clipboard.......

get all the scripts and paste them into a file, then execute the script in the query analyzer.....

Lemme know how it went buddy!

HTH



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arbert earned 250 total points
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Why right click on each sp one by one?????  Right click on the database and choose generate scripts--you can choose all of your SPs and Views at once.

Another method, use DTS copy database wizard to choose the objects you want....

Brett
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