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Raise Error @Name NVARCHAR(64) AS BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON; IF EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM sys.objects WHERE name = @Name) BEGIN DECLARE @msg NVARCHAR(MAX); SET @msg = 'Something went horribly wrong.'; EXEC utility.

Log_Procedure Call @Object ID = @@PROCID, @Additional Info = @msg; RAISERROR(@msg, 11, 1); RETURN; END END GO Of course you do not need to only log errors; you can simply log that a procedure has been called, in which case the error-related columns will be NULL.

For example, if you wanted to log the user name, host name, application name and even IP address of the caller, you could grab all of those values within the logging procedure simply by using @@SPID and looking at the DMVs sys.dm_exec_sessions and sys.dm_exec_connections.

You can also add performance metrics, such as duration, by defining a variable at the beginning of your procedures and logging the activity at the end (including the delta).

You can perform similar logging in cases where you are currently raising your own exceptions, for example in the case of a duplicate check: CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.

Raise Error @Name NVARCHAR(64) AS BEGIN SET NOCOUNT ON; IF EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM sys.objects WHERE name = @Name) BEGIN DECLARE @msg NVARCHAR(MAX); SET @msg = 'Something went horribly wrong.'; RAISERROR(@msg, 11, 1); RETURN; END END GOALTER PROCEDURE dbo.

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This can be useful if you want to keep track of which stored procedures are getting called most frequently, and which are not getting called at all.

In this case you simply need to add a call to the end of the stored procedure, without worring about CATCH or RAISERROR: In fact, you could edit the "New Stored Procedure" template to automatically insert this line every time you create a new stored procedure using the template - that doesn't help inject in into existing procedures but will help ensure that new procedures do perform logging.

You can create this procedure in model as well, so that it will automatically be created in new databases.

In my environments I put these procedures in a separate schema, both for logical separation, and so that they bubble to the bottom of the stored procedures list in Object Explorer: ; GO CREATE SCHEMA utility AUTHORIZATION dbo; GO CREATE PROCEDURE utility.

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