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Using Stored Procedures with NHibernate

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Hi
This being my first NHibernate project,i wanted to know how do we use stored procedures with Nhibernate.I have read some documents where in they have mentioned using stored procedures which inserts,deletes and update separately.But i wanted to use a stored procedure where we have table joins,cursors,select,delete,update everything in the same stored procedure
Any help on this would be appreciated.
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Manish,

I would like to suggest you this quick start sample on NHibernate with stored procedures:

http://blog.benday.com/archive/2006/10/28/19024.aspx
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