How to Use Stored Procedures in SQL Server
Stored procedures are a great way to execute many SQL statements together, use input parameters for queries, and return things like new ID numbers in Identity columns (aka. autonumber) after an insert has been made. Stored procedures allow you use most of the standard programming conventions, like loops, transactions, variable declaration, and more. The beauty is that the procedures run on the server, in the same environment where your data is located, making it very efficient and handy.
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