Stored Procedure in SQL Server With Examples

What Is a Stored Procedure In SQL Server?

 Stored Procedure : A stored procedure in SQL Server is a precompiled collection of SQL statements that get cached and stored in the database in order to reused over and over again whenever required.

Advantage of using Stored Procedure

    • A stored procedure (SP) provides the reusability of SQL code as we can simply call the stored procedure Instead of writing the same SQL statements over and over again.
    • It allows reducing the network traffic by executing the SQL statements at the server-side rather than sending hundreds lines of SQL queries over the network.
    • A stored procedure can be used as a security mechanism by granting a user to execute only the stored procedure instead of allowing permission on the table.
    • It allows faster execution of SQL statements in order to enhance the performance.

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