When I debug a simple procedure, the cursor dont stop in breakpoint!

I use a T-SQL Debugger, with a SQL server 2000, and I try to debug a simple procedure:

CREATE  procedure DebugA
    @IntIn int,
    @IntOut int OUTPUT

    Set @IntOut = @IntIn + 10



I insert breakpoints, but the cursor dont stop!

The sql-debugger only return "@RETURN_VALUE = 0"

Any idea?

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felipeschAuthor Commented:
No way....

Still dont stop...

Tks for help.
are you aware, that @IntOut is not the same as @return_value ?
procedure can only return one integer return value. however, it can returns more parameters declared using OUTPUT keyword.
What happens, If you debug this SP in Query analyzer ?
AneeshDatabase ConsultantCommented:
check whether the MSSQLSERVER service started as the local system account.

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