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Real Time Stored Procedures and Triggers..

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 16, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
hi ..I am learning  Dot Net and i am looking for a job  in it these days... Every Company looked   if am mainly good in Writing Real Time Stored Procedures and Triggers... I am able to grab the basic concepts , but am not able  to write real time examples.... Kindly let me know some Websites or source  where i can find some real Times examples for  Stored Procedures and Triggers, coz  am interested in  practicing it ... Thanks in Advance...

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