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xp_sha1

Calculates SHA1 hash of the given string accordingly to RFC 3174

Syntax

xp_sha1  variable1 [, variable2 , variable3 ...], @hash OUTPUT

Arguments

text

VARCHAR. Source text

hash

VARCHAR or VARBINARY. Variable that holds the hash value. It has a constant size of 40 chars or 20 bytes in the binary form.

Permissions

Execute permissions default to the public role.

Return Code Values

0 - success, or Error code if failed. hash IS NOT NULL  (success) or IS NULL  (failure)

Example
declare @encrypted_password varchar(40)  
-- Output result should not be less than 40 chars
declare @clear_password varchar(16)
select @clear_password='abc'

exec xp_sha1 @clear_password,@encrypted_password OUTPUT
select @encrypted_password

The output should be :

----------------------------------------
A9993E364706816ABA3E25717850C26C9CD0D89D 

 
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