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Create standard CreateUpdate Procedure in T-SQL

By Peter Strömblad,

Ever had the hassle of making tedious scripts that do the same thing over and over?

This script creates a stored procedure that creates or updates a row from a given table.

All columns are listed as input parameters, and you can add additional input parameters, as well as test the output before actual creation. If you submit values to the primary key / keys the row is updated with the parameters values.

The use of this is effecient since stored procedures are compiled, and you don't open up for sql-injection attacks when using parametrized queries.

Feel free to use this as you like.

I use this daily in combination with mkProc_Get script generator.

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