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Sql Server - How To Write a Stored Procedure in SQL Server

, 12 Nov 2010 CPOL 716.1K 64
Stored Procedure in SQL Server can be defined as the set of logically group of SQL statement which are grouped to perform a specific task. This article will describe the Stored Procedure in SQL Server and their benefits.

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Vivek Johari
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I am currently working as a Analyst and have around 7.5 years of experience in database.

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Master Degree in Computer(MCA)

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Designing of the database.
Database Optimization.
Writing Complex Stored Procedures,Functions,Triggers etc.
Designing and developing SSIS & DTS packages.
Designing SQL Reports using SSRS.
Database Server Maintenance.

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Microsoft certified Sql DBA in Sql server 2008 (MCTS).
Microsoft certified BI professional in Sql server 2008 (MCTS).
Oracle certified profession DBA in ORACLE 10g (OCP)
certified profession DBA in ORACLE 9i (OCP)

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