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Stored Procedures (Database Engine)

When you create an application with Microsoft SQL Server, the Transact-SQL programming language is the primary programming interface between your applications and the Microsoft SQL Server database. When you use Transact-SQL programs, two methods are available for storing and executing the programs.

  • You can store the programs locally and create applications that send the commands to SQL Server and process the results.

  • You can store the programs as stored procedures in SQL Server and create applications that execute the stored procedures and process the results.

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This section provides the information necessary to understand, design, and implement stored procedures.

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