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SQL Profiler-Duplicate events for same stored procedure

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Hello,

I ran sql profiler with Template as "TSQL_Duration" for a stored procedure(A) which inturn calls couple of other stored procedures(B,C,D) from within it.
I see Two RPC:Completed event for the same stored procedure(D) in sql profiler.

Why does this happen?
First RPC:Completed event for stored procedure (D) takes 47 ms and
the second RPC:COMPLETED event for the same stored procedure (D) takes 40 ms.

So should I add those up and take that as the total duration for that stored procedure D (or) do an average of it?

Thanks.
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firstly check if both have same SPID and same timeframe.. (possible double execution)?

what about A,B & C- did they all complete only once?
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Yes, you are right.
The same stored procedure is being invoked twice.

Thanks for bringing up this point.
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