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SQLServer Stored Procedures

Create and call a stored procedure

Stored procedures can be created through a database management GUI (SQL Server example), or through a SQL statement as follows:

-- Define a name and parameters
CREATE PROCEDURE Northwind.getEmployee
 @LastName nvarchar(50),
 @FirstName nvarchar(50)
-- Define the query to be run
SELECT FirstName, LastName, Department
FROM Northwind.vEmployeeDepartment
WHERE FirstName = @FirstName AND LastName = @LastName

Calling the procedure:

EXECUTE Northwind.getEmployee N'Ackerman', N'Pilar';
-- Or
EXEC Northwind.getEmployee @LastName = N'Ackerman', @FirstName = N'Pilar';
-- Or
EXECUTE Northwind.getEmployee @FirstName = N'Pilar', @LastName = N'Ackerman';


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