When you executed Structured Query Language (SQL) queries against the database in previous chapters, the one commonality is that the query is contained within the page where the execution will apply. Although you saw that this works effectively with simple SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE queries, you’ll soon see that formulating a query this way isn’t always a suitable solution.
KeywordsOutput Parameter Structure Query Language Event Handler Store Procedure Select Query
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