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How do I execute a stored procedure for multiple records?

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I have setup a stored procedure, that works to loop through table records. The code is attached. Is there a better way to perform this action?
ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[Batch]
As
Set nocount on

DECLARE @Date smalldatetime, @recordID int, @clientID varchar(13)
 
SELECT @recordID= Min(recordID)
FROM tbl_BatchProcess

SELECT @clientID = clientID, @Date = date
FROM tbl_BatchProcess
WHERE recordID = @recordID

WHILE @recordID is not null
BEGIN

	--execute stored procedure
	Execute CalculateSC @Danas, @iZahtjevID, @pJMBG

	--get next field
	SELECT @recordID= Min(recordID)
FROM tbl_BatchProcess
WHERE recordID> @recordID

SELECT @clientID = clientID, @Date = date
FROM tbl_BatchProcess
WHERE recordID = @recordID

END

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