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Interview Q & A >> SQL Server >> Can a Stored Procedure call itself (recursive)? If so then up to what level and can it be control?

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Can a Stored Procedure call itself (recursive)? If so then up to what level and can it be control? (Views: 1765)


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Stored procedures are nested when one stored procedure calls another. You can nest stored procedures up to 32 levels. The nesting level increases by one when the called stored procedure begins execution and decreases by one when the called stored procedure completes execution. Attempting to exceed the maximum of 32 levels of nesting causes the whole calling stored procedure chain to fail. The current nesting level for the stored procedures in execution is stored in the @@NESTLEVEL function.

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