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MySQL v MS SQL Stored Procedures

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Last Modified: 2012-06-22
When it comes to SP I have limited experience but some.  I currently am in a MySQL environment and need to create and update many SPs.  I would like to purchase a good SP book but I'm not sure if it should be based on MySQL or MS SQL.  Is there that much of a difference in a MySQL SP and a MS SQL  SP??  Ideally I would like to purchase just one book.  I'm thinking maybe going with the MS SQL/SP book and using it for the MySQL environment as well.   I would appreciate any advise as to why I should get one or the other.

THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Scott

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