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Posted on 2007-12-04
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This is a very basic question however I am not sure what the following line is stating.

USE [SpeakerheartDev]  -  this is the first statement in the procedure.

I believe that it is stating to use the SpeakerheartDev datatbase, but what is the need for this?  If the procedure is created within that database, what is the purpose?
Question by:TroyCrowe
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fanopoe earned 150 total points
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so that any calls made from an outside source will be explicitly routed to the correct location. It's not required code, bit it's not bad code.


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thanks for your input fanopoe

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