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They are permanent procedures stored in the database that allow repeated execution of reusable SQL code. They are also compiled and stored in a cache repository to make their repeated execution more efficient.

The alternative to Stored Procedures is to use in-line queries "select * from table where field1 = value" hard-coded in your VB or C# application. This option though is less than ideal. Any change to the in-line query and you have to recompile the application.

The better way is to use a stored procedure, whose name doesn't change, and the parameters don't change. If the code has to change, then it's done in the stored procedure and recompiling the application isn't needed.

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Error 232 Severity 16
Error message text Arithmetic overflow error for type %s, value = %f.
Explanation This error occurs when Adaptive Server detects an arithmetic overflow error during execution of a SQL statement. Arithmetic overflows occur when a variable has too few places to store the converted data. In particular, Error 232 is raised when an overflow occurs for a variable of datatype float.
Error 232 can occur during execution of the convert function. It can also occur during implicit conversion within Adaptive Server, either during a stored procedure run or during execution of a SQL statement which converts a float value to some other datatype.
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Increase the size of the variable that is causing the error. If it is in a procedure, re-create the procedure.
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