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diff b/w stored proc and triggers

 
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difference between stored procedures and triggers?
 
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Did you try googling, or reading your database's documentation? Either source is liable to give you a fuller answer than one you will get here. The basics are a trigger is something that happens on specific events in the database, a stored procedure is a piece of functionality stored and run in the database.
 
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