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How to display the result of a stored procedure (implemented using cursors)

, 10 Nov 2012 CPOL
My stored procedure is as follows, I have implemented it using stored procedures:ALTER PROCEDURE VIEW_RESULTS@formID INTASDECLARE @questionID INTDECLARE @applicantID INTDECLARE @applicantName varchar(MAX)DECLARE @qID INTDECLARE @NewLineChar AS CHAR(2) = CHAR(13) +...



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