Stored Procedures

I have three developers and due to regulatory requirements I need to keep all stored procedures on our live system as read only.  They have full ownership in the development and pilot environments.  

Is there a simple way to allow the developers read only access for stored procedures in the production database?

I gave them execute this allows them to run the sp but not open and view it.

We are on MS SQL 2005.

Thanks
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Deepak ChauhanSQL Server DBACommented:
So far i understood , you have given the Execute permission on stored procedure to those three users, and now you want they can view the code written inside the SP but not able to modify. I am right here,  

grant view definition on <sp> to <user>

or you can grant view definition permission on complete schema like Tables and SP etc.... This way they can view all objects script but can not modify.

grant view definition on <schema>::DBO to <user>

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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
You can use the following command to allow an user to view all database objects (table, views, stored procedures, etc...) without giving them permission to execute or see the data:
GRANT VIEW DEFINITION TO UserName

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Or if you want to only allow for a specific object:
GRANT VIEW DEFINITION ON OBJECT::sp_name TO UserName

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