How do I view stored procedure execution history?
Connect to your SQL Server instance when prompted. On the Trace Properties screen, click on the Events Selection tab and select the SP:Completed counter in the Stored Procedures grouping of counters. Click on the General Tab to save the results to a table or file.
How do you execute a stored procedure inside a stored procedure?
Here is an example of how to call a stored procedure inside another stored procedure….Call Stored Procedure Inside Another Stored Procedure
- usp_insert_into_Log1 to insert data into tbl_log1.
- usp_insert_into_Log2 to insert data into tbl_log2.
- both accept four parameters to insert the data.
Why you shouldn’t use stored procedures?
Compiling your application is often enough to verify that your changes were done properly. But if you used stored procedures as the basis of your data access and/or business logic layer, you will be frightened to make any changes for fear of breaking something.
Why stored procedure is fast?
The alleged gain in performance that stored procedures guarantee over plain SQL code lies in the reuse of the execution plan. The next time it will just reuse the previously generated plan, thus executing the command faster. All SQL commands need an execution plan.
What are the pros and cons of holding domain logic in stored procedures?
- One place to contain all of the business logic.
- Possibly faster applications because multiple SQL queries and such can be performed in one “round trip” to the database.
- Trivial to make use of the stored procedures from multiple applications.
Should business logic be in stored procedures?
“The default stance in designing an application should be that business logic is held in the application code, NOT in database stored procedures. Only move business logic into StoredProcedures as performance needs required. “
Why is important to add business logic in stored procedures in a relational database?
Scalability and Performance If all business logic is performed within the databases in the form of stored procedures, then the database becomes the bottleneck. Once the load starts to increase, there is a corresponding decrease in performance.
Which object is implemented DB logic?
Table – This database object is used to create a table in database. View – This database object is used to create a view in database. A view is a logical table based on a table or another view. A view contains no data of its own but is like a window through which data from tables can be viewed or changed.