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Old April 1st, 2011, 07:19 PM
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Default Chapter 10 LINQ stored procedure not in my pubs db

Does anyone have the SQL Server code for this sp:

usp_Get_Authors_By_State

My pubs doesn't have it.

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Does anyone have the SQL Server code for this sp:

usp_Get_Authors_By_State

My pubs doesn't have it.

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That stored procedure (and a few others) is defined in the examples.sql file. That should be in the sample code, let me know if not.
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What chapter are they in?
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It's in the chapter 10 code, along with a batch file if you prefer the command-line, or you can use SQL Server Management Studio to load it.
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Thanks Kent. All stored procs installed.
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