Sunday, December 9, 2012

How To Check What StartUp Procedures Are We Running

The beauty of the SQL Server start-up procedure is, it will run whenever the SQL Server starts, the start-up procedures are configured depends on the environment for example in one environment some tables have to be created on tempdb for successfully functioning of the application whenever the SQL Server starts the clean tempdb will create all the time for this we need to execute some procedures as per the application, In this scenario the start-up procedure is very helpful. Click here if you want to know how to run a stored procedure automatically when SQL Server start-up?

Here is the script to finding the Start-up procedures. 

Select OBJECTPROPERTY (OBJECT_ID, 'ExecIsStartup'), *
From sys.objects
Where TYPE IN ('X', 'P', 'PC')

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