Stored Procedures—Part 2

  • Mike McQuillan


The last chapter taught you pretty much all you need to know to start creating stored procedures. We’ll enhance that knowledge in this chapter by introducing user-defined data types (UDT for short) and taking a detailed look at set-based logic. It’s one of the most important things you need to understand as a database developer, and once you understand it your database development skills will accelerate—fast!


Data Type Table Variable Query Window Store Procedure Delete Statement 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mike McQuillan
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  1. 1.WinsfordUK

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