If a stored procedure is a stored procedure, then why when I am creating a stored procedure in VS 2010 for a windows forms program,
do I have to include a 'Create procedurename' in my stored procedure?
Doesn’t the add stored procedure function in VS 2010 already know that it is a stored procedure already?
I'm not trying to be funny about it.
It just seems like some sort of redundancy. Maybe somebody's answer will give me a better idea of what SQL Server is and what a stored procedure is.
Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
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