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

, 12 Nov 2010 CPOL
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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I am currently working as a Analyst and have around 7.5 years of experience in database.

Master Degree in Computer(MCA)

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Database Optimization.
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Designing and developing SSIS & DTS packages.
Designing SQL Reports using SSRS.
Database Server Maintenance.

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