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    Hello,

    do mySQL supports Stored Procedures? like MS-SQL?

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    Yes. Currently they must be written in C++, but soon there will be support for PHP stored procedures.
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    Thanx for the fast response.

    How about ASP?? .... Im currently test run a mySQL on a windows system.

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    Nope, and I doubt it ever will. Licensing.

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