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How to get an ObjId if you have an SPID - Stored Procedure

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SQL Server 2000
I am working with detecting (in the future) an object name in a proc.

I'm working to have a proc that I can run and find the table that is locked.  I can run:

execute sp_Lock @vcSPID  
         where @vcSPID = the SPID from the locked process

Inside the table created by sp_Lock (in my case 13 records) I have an objId that equals = 0 on record 1 and the objId of the locked object in the field ObjId on the other records.  

I want to put that ObjId in a variable that I can use later SELECT object_name(@intObjId) .

Thanks in advance for any help.
LJG
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You can get result  from execute into table, then read data from it

insert into #tbl
execute sp_Lock @vcSPID  

table needs to be created to match result set returned from sp
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