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Embedded and direct SQL - Microsoft SQL / MS SQL Server

I would guess that these are probably actually the same thing. Usually people refer to sql statements that exist within the application as embedded sql. In order to change the sql you have to recompile and redistribute your application. Unless they are referring to "direct" sql as sql that lives in the database (within a stored procedure, for example) I would guess that direct sql is the same as embedded. -- Keith "JMNUSS" <com> wrote in message news:013801c36b26$77b27820$gbl... ...

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    I would guess that these are probably actually the same thing. Usually people refer to sql statements that exist within the application as embedded sql. In order to change the sql you have to recompile and redistribute your application. Unless they are referring to "direct" sql as sql that lives in the database (within a stored procedure, for example) I would guess that direct sql is the same as embedded.

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    Keith

    "JMNUSS" <com> wrote in message news:013801c36b26$77b27820$gbl... 
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    That is pretty much what I thought too but I am taking
    this class and they wanted the difference between the two
    and I thought I might be missing something.

    Thanks 
    thing. Usually people refer to sql statements that exist
    within the application as embedded sql. In order to
    change the sql you have to recompile and redistribute your
    application. Unless they are referring to "direct" sql as
    sql that lives in the database (within a stored procedure,
    for example) I would guess that direct sql is the same as
    embedded. 
    news:013801c36b26$77b27820$gbl... 
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    JMNUSS Guest

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    If this is for a class, ask the instructor! Find out what they are talking about.
    For one of these terms they might refer to dynamically building the sql statement within the app instead of a completely predefined statement.

    --
    Keith

    "JMNUSS" <com> wrote in message news:0abf01c36b36$02b1d240$gbl... 
    > thing. Usually people refer to sql statements that exist
    > within the application as embedded sql. In order to
    > change the sql you have to recompile and redistribute your
    > application. Unless they are referring to "direct" sql as
    > sql that lives in the database (within a stored procedure,
    > for example) I would guess that direct sql is the same as
    > embedded. 
    > news:013801c36b26$77b27820$gbl... 
    > >.
    > >[/ref][/ref]
    Keith Guest

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