Working with Stored Procedures

Working with Objects
  • Susan Sales Harkins
  • Martin W. P. Reid


This chapter looks at some of the more common objects you need to understand when working with Access Data Projects (ADPs) and SQL Server. Stored procedures, functions and views form the cornerstone of much of this interaction. To quote Russell Sinclair, author of From Access to SQL Server (Apress): “Stored procedures are a new concept to most Access programmers because there is no equivalent in Access. For this reason, stored procedures are often misused or implemented poorly.”


Execution Plan Main Menu Query Window Unbind Form Store Procedure 
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© Susan Sales Harkins and Martin W.P. Reid 2002

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  • Susan Sales Harkins
  • Martin W. P. Reid

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