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Get the Roles the actual user has in a SQL database

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Hello,
In a C# program, I'm seeking to find a way to determine which roles the actual user (the one with I am connected to the database) has.

I know taht this command will tell me the name of the actual user : "SELECT SUSER_SNAME()".

... but now I wnat to know what are its roles in the database, is it possible ?
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try the following stored procedure:

sp_helpsrvrole [[@srvrolename =] 'role']
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