Visual STudio 2008 - Debugging Store Proceedures.

Posted on 2011-10-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I need to set up my Visual Studio so that I can debug stored proc.  Anyone know the process for that?  I also have SQL Management STudio 2008 R2

Question by:TimSweet220
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    I *think* it will be better to get your stored procedures working using management studio before invoking it from your .net app.
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    have you tried to create a "data connections" in the "server explorer", then navigate to your SP and select "step into stored procedure" ?

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