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Stored Procedures and Passing Parameters

  • John Kauffman
  • Kevin Spencer
  • Thearon Willis

Abstract

When we refer to stored procedures in terms of Microsoft Access we are really referring to queries. The large scale, enterprise relational databases refer to queries as stored procedures. So, what is a stored procedure? It depends on whom you ask. Basically, a stored procedure is a set of logical SQL code that selects columns and rows of data from one or more tables in your database. Stored procedures also allow you to write SQL statements that insert, update and delete data.

Keywords

Server Component Business Rule Database Object Error Object Store Procedure 
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© John Kauffman, with Kevin Spencer, and Thearon Willis 1999

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  • John Kauffman
  • Kevin Spencer
  • Thearon Willis

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