Nakul Vachhrajani

SQL Server Stored Procedures and SET options

SET options on stored Procedures work a bit different when compared with ad-hoc queries. These differences in behavior are often overlooked when developing the procedures and generating deployment scripts. This mistake can lead to undesired behavior in the application.

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2015-10-02 (first published: )

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