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How to use sp_sqlrefreshmodule?

Hi to all

I just change the user defined data type from smallint to int .

But i could not access any table it shows following error

"The parameter "@some" is not the same type as the type it was created with. Drop and recreate the module using a two-part name for the type, or use sp_refreshsqlmodule to refresh its parameters metadata. "

I dont know how to solve this error

Please help me Thanks in advance

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asked Apr 26, 2011 at 04:52 AM in Default

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In the error message it refers to 'the module' - you need to get the name of this, it could be a stored procedure, function, trigger or view. What T-SQL are you executing when you get this error?

Then use

sp_refreshsqlmodule 'YourModuleName'

to solve the problem.

Check this [MSDN/BOL page][1] for detailed info.

[1]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb326754.aspx
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answered Apr 26, 2011 at 05:03 AM

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