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Subj:   Good reasons to disallow use of stored procedures?
 
From:   John Adams

Hi, folks,

Later this month, we'll be at a patch level that lets us use stored procedures safely.

Early last year, we had a brief restart due to using stored procedures while _not_ being at that patch level. As a result, there's a little gun-shyness about turning them back on.

I've been asked to recommend whether or not we turn them back on and authorize them for use on our systems and I'm having a hard time coming up with arguments _against_ using them.

Can anyone give me good reasons to completely disallow use of stored procedures?


Thanks,

John A



     
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