How to delete a stored procedure in TSQL?

andy - 09 Jan, 2021 1612 Views 0 Comment

If you need to delete a stored procedure in TSQL. You can use a built-in function called DROP. It is recommended that you perform a check to see if the stored procedure you want to delete does exist in the sysobjects table. 

Let says we have a stored procedure called NewUser.

Here is the full TSQL query to perform a deletion of the stored procedure in SQL Server.

	SELECT * FROM dbo.sysobjects 
	WHERE Id = object_id(N'NewUser') 
	AND OBJECTPROPERTY(id, N'IsProcedure') = 1


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