Sql server 2000 stored procedures handbook authors dewson r davidson l a sinclair zx80 in 1980 he has been working with sql server since version 65 and visual basic since version 5 robin is a consultant mainly in the city of london where he has been for nearly eight years he also has been developing a rugby related website as well as maintaining his own site at fat bellycom . This book tackles real world problems faced by developers when working with stored procedures showing you how to solve these problems avoid the common pitfalls and produce faster more robust stored procedures put simply if you want to write better stored procedures then this is the book for you. Sql server 2000 stored procedure handbook tony bain robin dewson chuck hawkins louis davidson on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers if you want to write better stored procedures this is the book for you this book will tackle real world problems faced by developers when working with stored procedures. Under sql server 2000 and sql 7 system stored procedures are technically defined by setting a bit in the status integer column of the sysobjects table in the master database if we look at the description of sysobjects table in sql server books online we will notice a column called status that is described as reservedfor internal use only
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