Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Stored Procedure Programming in by Dejan Sunderic

By Dejan Sunderic

Be recommended that during this booklet, the writer is in a rush to get to complex ideas. in basic terms the 1st 3 chapters might be known as uncomplicated. After that, it quick climbs to complicated fabric ahead of (in my opinion) sufficiently masking easy and intermediate fabric. through bankruptcy 14, the topic is, "Advanced kept approach Programming". yet I nonetheless cannot locate what i want in 1-3. Then, as though it really is much more complex, the subsequent topic (Chap 15) is "Debugging". Please, while can we have an writer who sees that debugging is a steadily realized strategy? possibly there may be a bit in a bankruptcy early on overlaying debugging of uncomplicated stuff.

My historical past as a programmer of relational databases and writing SQL statements is going again over fifteen years. As my studies and SQL statements have got extra advanced to delight the client, i've got needed to circulation into writing saved kept tactics to satisfy the necessity for pace. My rationale used to be to get a ebook that will support me get my SQL statements to paintings as kept tactics. This publication looked as if it would fit my customer's software program makeup (MS SQL Server, kept systems, .Net, T-SQL, and so on) in addition to being written in a reasonably basic and simple to appreciate demeanour (it does get an incredible plus on that!). but when you have not been writing kept tactics for a 12 months or extra, and you have got little employees assistance the place you're, i wouldn't suggest this booklet. If however, you've been doing SP's for many years or have plenty of employees support and need to move the next move, this e-book can be for you. i will get one other one who can assist get the fundamentals to paintings.

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The rule of thumb is simple: Check your basic syntax first. Figure 1-16: Example of syntax error Tip If yo u do ubl e-c lick the err or me ss ag e in the Re sul ts pa ne, Qu ery An aly zer will try to ret urn the cur sor to the line co nta inin g the err or in the Qu ery pa ne (ac tua lly, to the firs t line tha t ap pe ars aft er Another advantage the Alter statement has over the drop/create approach is that the stored procedure remains intact after an unsuccessful attempt such as we produced in this example.

Stored procedures that include the For Replication option are usually created by SQL Server to serve as a filter during the replication of databases. An output parameter for a stored procedure can also be of the cursor data type. In such a case, the structure of the result set contained by the cursor might vary. The [Varying] option will notify SQL Server to handle such cases. But it is too early to talk about cursors. We will return to cursors in the next chapter. The Execute As clause is introduced in SQL Server 2005.

In the Query pane, type the following code: 6. 7. Note 8. exec sp_who Management Studio uses different colors to distinguish keywords, variables, comments, and constants. To run the stored procedure, you can select Query | Execute, click the Execute button on the toolbar, or press CTRL-E. The application will split the screen to display both query and results (see Figure 1-11). This stored procedure lists active processes on the current server as well as the login names of the users who started them.

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