This parameter is dynamically constructed by the procedure and its contents may vary. The constant value can be in the form of a wildcard, making it possible to use the LIKE keyword when passing the parameter into the procedure.
The output of the obfuscation is not directly visible in any of the catalog views in SQL Server.Parameters can take the place only of constant expressions; they cannot be used instead of table names, column names, or the names of other database objects. Parameters cannot be declared if FOR REPLICATION is specified. If a default value is defined for a parameter, the procedure can be executed without specifying a value for that parameter.[ VARYING Specifies the result set supported as an output parameter. The default value must be a constant or it can be NULL.An output parameter can be a cursor placeholder, unless the procedure is a CLR procedure.A table-value data type cannot be specified as an OUTPUT parameter of a procedure.
The complete name for a procedure or a global temporary procedure, including ##, cannot exceed 128 characters.