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What does SET NOCOUNT ON do?

When you’re working with T-SQL, you’ll often see SET NOCOUNT ON at the beginning of stored procedures and triggers. What SET NCOUNT ON does is prevent the “1 row affected” messages from being returned for every operation. Read Brent's blog to see him demo it by writing a stored procedure in the Stack Overflow database.

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