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GeneralRe: Access Query Pin
Hesham Amin13-Nov-03 21:28
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Generaldbms_pipe Pin
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Mike Dimmick13-Nov-03 23:22
Mike Dimmick13-Nov-03 23:22 
It depends what you want to do with it.

If you want to return arbitrary out-of-band messages to the client, use PRINT. If you want to communicate between two server processes, you'll have to write that functionality yourself. You could do it as a set of extended stored procedures, but I would recommend using SQL Server just as a database server, and perform any required computations on the client.

This is basically a difference of philosophy between Oracle and SQL Server; Oracle says 'I am the master server and you are all my slaves', while SQL Server says 'Why can't we all work together?' Big Grin | :-D

But seriously, SQL Server offers less support for building everything into the database. While it supports background operations, the only way 'foreground' operations (explicitly requested by a client) talk to background operations is through data stored in the database, unless you use some method of extending SQL Server.
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GeneralSQL get some ZERO's Pin
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GeneralADO and DAO Pin
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