DB Manipulation (vb.net 2010 + SQL Server) using basic Stored Procedure
Simple and basic database transaction using stored procedure in vb.net
Why stored procedure? Why server side?
I don't know for me for best security purposes and speed use
stored procedure. Efficient reuse of code and programming abstraction, and Reduced client/server traffic.. blah blah blah
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