I'm hoping someone can offer some advice here.
I have a large perl script that employs prepared statements to do all its
queries. I'm looking at using stored procedures to improve performance times
for the script. Would making a stored procedure to replace each prepared
statement be worthwhile? If not, when could I use stored procedures to
Thanks in advance.
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