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how to copy a stored procedure from one instance database to another in SQL 2005

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Is there a way to copy a stored procedure from one instance database to another?
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Many ways to do this:

1. In SQL Server 2005 Management Studio, click on the Source database table's
Stored Procedures folder.
2. Select the stored procedures to be copied
3. Right click and select Script Stored Procedure as CREATE TO:
4. Now, click on the Destination database table's Stored Procedures folder
5. Press F5

or

you can find a stored procedure named
dbo.sp_generate_script.
Using dbo.sp_generate_script, you can get all stored procedures in a
database.

Here are addional links

http://www.myitforum.com/articles/18/view.asp?id=2945

http://www.eggheadcafe.com/articles/20030609.asp

if you are moving the db instance too, try this

The fastest way would be to detach the database copy the mdf and ldf files
to the laptop and attach them there.

Good luck
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