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Not sure if this exist or is possible..

There are programs other there now that will look at a database and draw out an ERD of what the relationship between the tables exists.

Well my question is. Is there a program that can tell you the relationships between procedures.. Just on the level of who calls who.. Any more than that would be a plus!!

This is specific for SQL 2008 or 2005
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Thanks have not had a chance to test but I will this weekend..
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