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Trigger Search By Keyword SQL Server 2000

Posted on 2007-03-21
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In SQL Server 2000, I want to do a search for a trigger based on keywords inside the trigger.  What is the command to do this?
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How did you do this in SQL Server 2000?

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Sorry I thought you said you did it in SQL Server 2000 and needed to do it in SQL Server 2005. Disregard my response.
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See if this works for you:

select distinct sysobjects.name from sysobjects,syscomments where sysobjects.type = 'tr' and syscomments.text like '%keyword you want to search for%'

My syntax is not totally correct but the query should run.
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