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sql 2005: stored procedures, best practices

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Paula DiTalloFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005
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Techies--

I have a stored procedure that I would like to optimize. Since we're writing to multiple tables for a single transaction under a variety of cases (some which net in insert statements, others which net in update statements), I would like to divide the labor of this stored procedure into one main stored procedure with smaller other procedures addressing specific tasks--but still retaining the integrity of the rollbacks under a saved transaction.  In the Oracle world, I have the concept of packages available-- I do not see an exact equivalent in the sql server world.  BTW, the current stored proc works, but is unoptimized for maintenance and performance.

Any words of advice for approaching this?
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