I've switched topics so I started a new thread, but your last comment about
7.2 made me think of a lingering question I've had. I've seen posts about
stored procedures and functions not being able to return result sets, etc.
In my last job I did e-commerce on a win2k platform with SQL 7.0. We used
stored procedures extensively and found them to be very advantageous
(especially on the occasions we need to return 2 different result sets from
2 different queries within the stored proc). My question then: are there
stored procedures that execute like SQL 7.0 stored procs and if so are they
functions and if so do I need to use a specific language or syntax?
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