Being New at something is scary! In Tech field, One of the ways you could NOT be NEW at something is to kick the tire’s of that tech for a while. To that end, Here are the few tasks that you could perform if you are new to SQL Azure – Kick SQL Azure’s tires for a while – write few TSQL on SQL Azure – And NOT be NEW at it anymore. Go Learn!
In this Part 1 of N, I am going to create a stored procedure that accepts a parameter with SQL Azure.
So I have a table that lists firstname, lastname of the customer along with location details. Here’s what it looks like:
Resource: A Tutorial on Installing a sample database on SQL Azure.
And just note that I running the queries on SQL Azure management portal and not on SSMS. You can do so in SSMS too. But for this blog-post – I used the SQL Azure management portal.
So now we want to write a Stored Procedure which gives this information when it is called; Not only that, we want that stored procedure to return information about customers from the country that’s specified by the person calling the procedure. And such a stored procedure would empower the person who is going to call the stored procedure to filter the customer list based on the country of their choice. So let’s go ahead and write the code:
create procedure saleslt.spcustomerlocation @countryname nvarchar(50)
select firstname,lastname,city,stateprovince,countryregion from customertable
where countryregion = @countryname
Now once we have created the stored procedure, It can be called by running the following code:
exec saleslt.spcustomerlocation ‘United States’
And it would give us list of customers in United States like shown below:
So that’s about it for this post.
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6 thoughts on “SQL Azure Beginner’s TSQL Task: Creating a basic stored procedure”
Thanks dude good post for beginners like me
You’re welcome, Shadab!
Interesting ^ ^