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How to stop sql sp_procedure_params_rowset

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Sp_procedure_params_rowset is called internally by client APIs to get stored
procedure meta data. For example, I believe the .Net SqlCommandBuilder uses
it. If you don't want to call it, you can change the application code to
avoid using the functionality provided by the proc.

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

  • Mohammed  Rahman
    Mohammed Rahman Dec 19, 2007

    Please turn on
    Profiler and identify long running procedures and try optimize them.Take a
    look at their execution plans to make sure that SQL Server optimizer is
    available to use indexes

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