Whenever I see questions like this that sound a bit off the wall to me, my first question is always: "What is it you're actually trying to do?" And the reason I ask is that sometimes you don't really have to go about something the way that you think you do. So that's my question to you, regardless as to whether anyone else can actually give you a specific "yes" or "no" answer to this.
The initial questions was for documentation purposes. Our developers have a bad habit of not documenting in stored procedures which asp pages call them. <BR>I have written a script that lists all pages that call a specific stored procedure in a report format. I would like to take that one step further and actually write a line of documentation at the top of the stored procedure instead of needing to reference the report.