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SQL 2000 sp_prepare and sp_execute

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Does anyone know if you can view all the sp_prepare statements and their handler numbers, or view them by a handler number in SQL using either query analyzer or Enterprise Manager?

There are a lot of sp_execute commands being run, and I need to see the prepare statements.  Using profiler is only showing me the execute statements.

Thanks.
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 500 total points
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You can do this

Run

SELECT * from master..sysprocesses

find the handle associated with the processid

and pass this processId

SELECT * from ::fn_get_sql(0x0100070017FF762CC040891A0000000000000000)
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If I understand you correctly, you mean get the SPID of the sp_execute process, then find the sql_handle and use that number in the second select statement you gave me?

If that's the case, then the sql_handle I get from the sysprocesses table is all 0s, so I don't know if I am misunderstanding you or not,

thanks for the help too.
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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>you mean get the SPID of the sp_execute process
NO, Both SPID and SID are different

Select sid, SPID from master..sysprocesses
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