Sql 2005 Managed Stored Procedures
A few questions, really:
Is anyone using this feature? Why?
Is anyone avoiding this feature? Why?
I'm doing some research to find some new technologies for a client's app.
Thanks in advance.
I've seen a few articles on this new feature, but no one I know is using it.
I think it comes down to 2 things:
1) Stored Procedures in T-SQL work fine; we know them well, why learn yet ANOTHER new thing?
2) Questions about Security, debuggability, reliability - in short, questions about a new, unproven technology that replaces (in part, at least) a proven one.
It seems to me that they add more complexity to the situation, and I don't see a clear benefit.
Perhaps someone out there is using them, has seen a benefit, and can tell us??
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