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    how to “store” stored procedures

    I've written a few SQL stored procedures in a text editor. But how do I actually "store" them in (add them to?) a database using SQL Server 2008 Management Studio Express? I've tried to research this topic in Management Studio's onboard Help, but apparently Help assumes I know more about the subject than I actually do, because I don't even see the relevance of the answers I'm getting to my questions. Any help would be appreciated, including pointing me to a good SQL tutorial that assumes the reader knows nothing, yet teaches more than the bare-bones minimum.

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    The MSDN actually has a fair bit of good information on T-SQL. This should be what you are looking for: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...9(SQL.80).aspx
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    You can also view/add/edit them in the Programmability -> Stored Procedures item within the database level in management studio express.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobLewiston View Post
    I've written a few SQL stored procedures in a text editor. But how to store them in (add them to?) a database using SQL Server 2008 Management Studio Express? I've tried to research this topic in Management Studio's onboard Help, but apparently Help assumes I know more about the subject than I actually do, because I don't even see the relevance of the answers I'm getting to my questions. Any help would be appreciated, including pointing me to a good SQL tutorial that assumes the reader knows nothing, yet teaches more than the bare-bones minimum.
    Try to find information about it here - http://www.sql-server-performance.co...basics_p1.aspx


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