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Subj:   Pros and Cons of Stored Procedures
 
From:   Faible Mou

Hi,

We all know the benefits of Stored Procedures as follows. But what else should I consider when choosing to use them?


Thanks

FM


PS. Applications based on stored procedures provide the following benefits.

They:

- Reduce network traffic in the client-server environment because stored procedures reside and execute on the server.

- Allow encapsulation and enforcement of business rules on the server, contributing to improved application maintenance.

- Provide better transaction control.

- Provide better security. The data access clause of a stored procedure can restrict access to the database.

- Provide better security by granting the user access to the procedures rather than to the data tables.

- Provide an exception handling mechanism to handle the runtime conditions generated by the application.

- Allow all the SQL and SQL control statements embedded in a stored procedure to be executed by submitting one CALL statement. Nested CALL statements further extend the versatility.



     
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