Best Practices for Query Parameterization

By Guest Authors on 24 January 2007 | 0 Comments | Tags: Query Tuning


More goodness from the SQL Programmability & API Development Team Blog. This time they cover best practices for writing "parameterizable" queries. The cover writing SQL on both the client and server-side queries. A very, very good post. Follow the link to Best Practices for Query Parameterization...

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