Choosing between stored procedures and dynamic SQL

Stored procedures and dynamic SQL each have their place in the SQL Server world. You must consider parameters, tables being queried, the number of databases and so forth. In this tip, Serdar Yegulalp maps out the best scenarios for each.

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