As the title suggests we spend twenty minutes on the basics of creating stored procedures including basic syntax, using the built-in templates (in case you can’t remember all that syntax off the top of your head). We briefly discuss the BEGIN and END keywords in SQL as what defines code blocks in T-SQL. Next, I demonstrate executing Stored Procedures in a new query window using an ad hoc query. I discuss how to create scripts that ALTER and DROP stored procedures. I spend a few moments talking about “scripting” your database objects and changes and why that is an important skill … namely, to allow the migration of your database from a development to a production environment, tweakability, and source / version control. Finally I discuss naming conventions for Stored Procedures.
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