Hopefully this article has shed some light on the basics and principles of why you should use stored procedures instead of regular SQL queries. If you're a database administrator, then stored procedures are a great way to hide complex programming logic from your developers. If you're a developer who isn't too proficient in SQL, then allowing your database administrator to create procedures that you can plug values into is a great way to get the data you need without the performance hit of an inexperienced user creating the TSQL code.
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