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Who Needs Stored Procedures, Anyways

Page history last edited by Nathan T Suver 2 years, 8 months ago

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https://blog.codinghorror.com/who-needs-stored-procedures-anyways/

 

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For modern databases and real world usage scenarios, I believe a Stored Procedure architecture has serious downsides and little practical benefit. Stored Procedures should be considered database assembly language: for use in only the most performance critical situations. There are plenty of ways to design a solid, high performing data access layer without resorting to Stored Procedures; you'll realize a lot of benefits if you stick with parameterized SQL and a single coherent development environment.

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