An Evaluation of Stored Procedures for the .NET Developer

By Bill Graziano on 22 March 2004 | 0 Comments | Tags: Stored Procedures


Jay submitted "Get an introduction to Microsoft SQL Server stored procedures for developers who work primarily in the .NET programming languages. Discover the pros and cons of using stored procedures; get an overview of the tools that Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 provides to help you work with stored procedures; and learn a handful of best practices to help you get started" Follow the link to An Evaluation of Stored Procedures for the .NET Developer...

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