Debugging Transact-SQL

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With the Visual Studio debugger and SQL Server, beginning with SQL Server 2005, you can debug Transact-SQL stored procedures, functions, triggers, and other kinds of database objects that were created with Transact-SQL.

You can also use the Visual Studio debugger for debugging database objects that use managed code. For more information, see SQL CLR Database Debugging.

For more information about debugging Transact-SQL with SQL Server Management Studio, see Using the Transact-SQL Debugger.

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