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optional parameters passed to stored procedure

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In which system table the information about the optional parameters passed to stored procedure are stored.
I know about the tbl_columns and all that stuff. From where can i can come to know the parameter is mandatory or optional.

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ganesh wayachal via SQLMonster.com (fo***@SQLMonster.com) writes:
In which system table the information about the optional parameters
passed to stored procedure are stored. I know about the tbl_columns and
all that stuff. From where can i can come to know the parameter is
mandatory or optional.


Unfortunately, the only place where you can find this information is
in the source text in syscomments - which may be encrypted and thus
not available.
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