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SQL versus stored procedures

For database opeartions, how do I decide whether to use stored procedures or SQL statements?

If the same SQL statements will be executed over and over again, by many people, then consider using a stored procedure. This has the benefit of being compiled once and making sure that everyone uses the same thing. Stored procedures are also useful for code abstraction, or removing the details from the application and/or user. Otherwise, consider SQL statements.

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