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Message Posted: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 @ 16:52:53 GMT
I'm not sure what you've said is completely accurate. As far as I'm aware, Stored Procedures require Perm space in their owning database, just as a table does. Also, any user can be granted permission to CALL (i.e. EXECUTE) a procedure regardless of which database/user owns it.
With regards to users having perm space, I've usually seen this happening when the application being run requires the use of intermediate, permanent tables. With the advent of Temporary table support, I think this requirement will reduce.
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