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Stored procedures are great, but they are not magical.

You might sometimes get a slight speed benefit from using stored procedures, but the potential is very limited. You can easily get much more speed from other changes.

If you want to keep as much of the programming as possible in one place, the database is definitely not the place. Robust and maintainable code is better written in a compiled and object oriented language. Your stored procedures should query data, and little more.

Despite everything, the person most likely to be fooling you next is yourself.

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