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Building a Web Application with PHP and MariaDB: A Reference Guide by Sai Srinivas Sriparasa

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Working with stored procedures

Using a stored procedure, we can wrap multiple SQL statements into a single unit that provides the integrity and consistency in which the SQL statements are executed. Assume that there are multiple developers performing the same set of tasks again and again, executing the same set of statements one at a time, in the same or a different order based on the developer's preferences. The process can be consolidated by putting these statements into a stored procedure. This single unit can be thoroughly tested for maintaining data integrity and executing consistency across different scenarios. Another reason why the stored procedures are preferred over a set of multiple SQL statements is the performance boost that the stored ...

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