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I have 625 stored procedure scripts which I need to migrate to a new testing database.

I have generated the scripts as files....however each script includes the "USE" statement with the name of the production database. For example:

Use [proddb1]

select * from dbo.tb1

I need to either:

Generate these scripts without the USE
Ignore the USE when the scripts are executed so that I can I load them into the new testing database.

Is this possible?
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jawa29 earned 2000 total points
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Hi Mr Shaw

Scripting this would be possible however as the USE [proddb1] is the same in each file why not try Notepad++ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/. This has a search and replace option that will allow you to specify a directory that holds the files.

Jawa29
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Greate... worked like a trate
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