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I am stepping through VB6 code and then I get to a step where a "SQL Server 2008 R2" stored procedure is called. Can I step into the Stored procedure so I can execute and see a step by step examination of the sql code?
If yes how do I do this?

Thanks in Advance.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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Hi,
  you cannot do that with VB6 from what I know.
  you can with vb.net.

  I debug the stored procedures in that case from within SQL Server, using the same parameters when debugging as from what the VB application code would send.
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