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best practices for writing SQL server stored procedures

Dear All,

Please suggest some of the best practices for writing SQL server
stored procedures?
I'm writing a business function (stored procedure), which calls
many-stored procedure one after another.
I want this to be best optimized, so that speed can be very good.

Suggestion in this regard will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Here are some of the best practices that I use:

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Dear All,

Please suggest some of the best practices for writing SQL server
stored procedures?
I'm writing a business function (stored procedure), which calls
many-stored procedure one after another.
I want this to be best optimized, so that speed can be very good.

Suggestion in this regard will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Jul 23 '05 #2

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