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Stored Procedures

Stored Procedures

Stored Procedures

(OP)
I need to create a stored procedure in a Pervasive database. I presume that I can do this using PCC. I have never used stored procedures in any database before so this is a new venture.

I need to use stored procedures as I need to be able to rollback a number of sql statements if any of them fail. My question is basically this. My procedure will have quite a few sql statements and there will be at least one statement that could have to be executed several times with different data - so, can i pass an array of data to a stored procedure and use that to execute the same procedure a number of times by looping through the array?

Also, how to I check if an sql statement fails during a stored procedure?

Mighty

RE: Stored Procedures

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I will be calling this procedure from an ASP page. With that in mind, would it be better to actually create the whole stored procedure in my ASP program and then call it. That way I wouldn't have to pass any parameters to the stored procedure, I can just use my ASP code to create it.

Mighty

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