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What is the best way to create a stored procedure for a Linked Server?

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How can I create then alter a stored procedure for a linked server using sql server 2012?
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Are you asking for creating and altering the stored procedure on the remote server, or on the local server but using a linked server for some references?

The first needs to be done by dynamic SQL, as you have to be in the DB you create/alter objects (metadata, DDL). Something like
exec srv.db..sp_executesql N'create procedure ...'

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I want to pull the data from the 'linked' server configuration on my localhost through a stored procedure.   Is there someway to create the stored procedure on the Linked Server.  Please elaborate.
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Creating the procedure on the linked server is exactly what I posted.
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