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Depends what kind of stored procedure. If it is an External Stored
procedure you will have a SQL component in the database and an RPG
component. Is this other system an IBM i. If not, you are out of luck. They
would have to be re-written for the target system.

If they are written in 100% SQL, they are just in the database.
Access Client has tools for retrieving the SQL for a procedure or function.

If you are doing a version upgrade, you do a backup and restore the backup.
All the database objects are restored. You better get somebody who knows
how to do a version upgrade before you create a mess.

On Fri, Apr 8, 2022 at 11:44 AM Jerry Draper <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

We need to backup all stored procedures for migration to another system.

Where are they located?



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