Even if the BNF notation can be challenging until you get used to it, is a must. You want parametized queries, as to avoid SQL injection.As things will get more complicated you will have to resort to the documentation more and more often. If you were to build the query as a string off of user input, you would be very, very susceptible to SQL injection.Transact-SQL stored procedures cannot be modified to be CLR stored procedures and vice versa.If the previous procedure definition was created using WITH ENCRYPTION or WITH RECOMPILE, these options are enabled only if they are included in the ALTER PROCEDURE statement.
If you do a little extra work, you can indeed use these databases from Light Switch.
However, Light Switch can still support these databases, but it just needs a little more work to get it hooked up.
I’ll show you a simple way to manipulate these records in Light Switch.
Figure7 Stored Procedure to Check Delete Master Insert Update Delete - right click select execute stored procedure... Statement Type = 'Delete' Figure8 we delete record from table which has id=2 Click on the ok Button.
and check in the employee table with following deleted data where id is 2.