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Hello All,This may be a simple task and/or may have been answered already.  I am working on an application that requires multiple stored procedures to run in the background client of SQL 2k8.  My question is: Is it possible to know the progress of the main stored procedure (which has multiple exec statements that call other stored procedures) to show the progress of the overall time it is taking to run the process?  Like I said, this may be simple or it may be rather complex.  This may even not be possible due to this all being done on the server end and needing the information shown on the client end.Thanking you in advance,- NUStudent

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