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    Is Stored Procedures still beneficial these days?

    Hello,

    I was wondering if stored procedures are still beneficial to use these days considering that the latest versions of MySQL are quite fast even in a heavily traffic websites?

    Some say that stored procedures are only good on old version of mysql.

    Let me know your thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darksystem
    "stored procedures are only good on old version of mysql"
    this is nonsense

    for a heavy traffic site, i would definitely use stored procs
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    i guessed this article is really non-sense then.

    thank you rudy for ur thought... really appreciate it.
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    the article's author doesn't like stored procedures, but it is a philosophical issue, and not a problem with stored procedures per se or their performance

    he's a dinosaur

    look, he even says this --
    Referential integrity is also handled by standard code within the framework
    yikes!!

    i would discount this guy's opinion severely



    p.s. i am not going to reply to any more PMs from you, since you are basically asking me the same thing in the PMs as you are posting here
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    I will use stored procedure,

    Sometimes it will be more useful than we think :-)


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