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SQL Server Stored Procedures 101

Stored procedures can offer performance gains when used instead of regular queries. In this article Himanshu starts with the basics and gives us the "101" on stored procedures.

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By: A.P.Rajshekhar
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June 03, 2002
  1. · SQL Server Stored Procedures 101
  2. · What are stored procedures?
  3. · Using parameters with procedures
  4. · Conclusion

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SQL Server Stored Procedures 101 - Conclusion
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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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