SQL videos | SQL Programming Part 4 - Output Parameters and Return Values

Posted by Andrew Gould on 28 November 2012

Output parameters and return values are two methods in SQL for getting information out of a stored procedure. This video teaches you how to use both methods, including how to define output parameters and set their values within a procedure, how to add a return statement to a stored procedure, and how to capture the output of a procedure when you execute it.

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