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First off, when I run the above code, it doesn't like the "GO" after the "USE database" statement. If I remove that particular "GO" I get a bit further, but then the following error occurs:
USE database1 GO CREATE PROCEDURE proc1 . . USE database2 GO CREATE PROCEDURE proc1 . . USE database3 GO CREATE PROCEDURE proc1 . .
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