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Schema Specific Procedure Calls

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Hi , I have two schemas Say S1 and S2 . I have two procedures inside each of this schema say S1.P1 and S1.P2 for S1 and S2.P1 and S2.P2 for S2 . Is it possible to call S1.P2 from S1.P1 ? . it is possible to do this like EXEC [S1].P2 , but Wat I want to know is to 1) call EXEC statement directly without [S1] prefix and execute the target Procedure which belong to the same schema of the calling Procedure ?. Currently wat I am facing is when I try to call EXEC P1 it looks for Default Schema (dbo.P1) and throwing a "procedure not found" error . 2)Is there a way to get the current schema name inside  the SP while the  SP is executing ?

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