Question about Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition for PC
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.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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