SQL Tips by Namwar Rizvi

June 17, 2007

Execute stored procedure without using exec statement

Filed under: Information,New Features,Query,Shortcuts,SQL Server 2005,tips,TSQL — namwar @ 11:01 PM

There are lots of shortcuts in SQL Server Management Studio and I found one yesterday. May be most of you are already aware of this but I just want to share it.

If you want to execute a stored procedure and assuming it does not require any parameter or all parameters have default values assigned then instead of typing exec before the stored procedure name, you can just select it and press Ctrl+E or F5 and that is it!

For example, we have a following stored procedure:

Create Proc GetServerDateTime

Select GetDate()

Just highlight the name of stored procedure which is GetServerDateTime and press F5. SMS will execute it for you without asking you to type exec statement.


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