Diagram Stored Procedures & tables


I just learned how to diagram tables.  But is there a way to diagram stored procedures as well?  In particular I'd love to see tables and stored procedures arranged logically with arrows indicating their relationships.

An answer of no would be as helpful as yes.  

If, in addition, someone can recommend some freeware that can help me with this, that would be great.

Thanks in advance!
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Partha MandayamTechnical DirectorCommented:
stored procedure could involve multiple tables. how can you have a relationship between a stored procedure and a table?
EvanBrennerAuthor Commented:
A stored procedure could call, manipulate, and delete multiple records from multiple tables.  (As I understand it.)
Partha MandayamTechnical DirectorCommented:
Database diagrams can relate tables. As far as I know there is no tool to relate tables and stored procedures.

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