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What is a Stored Procedure? (Views: 2415)


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A precompiled collection of SQL statements stored under a name and processed as a unit.
A stored procedure is a set of Structured Query Language (SQL) statements that you assign a name to and store in a database in compiled form so that you can share it between a number of programs.
- They allow modular programming.
- They allow faster execution.
- They can reduce network traffic.
- They can be used as a security mechanism.

Submitted By: Anonymous | Created On: 5/16/2009 4:55:10 PM


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Simplest example would be - CREATE PROCEDURE p1 as SELECT * FROM t

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