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Applies to ❌ Open Source Edition ✅ Express Edition ✅ Professional Edition ✅ Enterprise Edition
CREATE PROCEDURE statement allows for creating stored procedures in your catalog.
A stored procedure, as opposed to a stored function, is expected to have side effects of some sort, and can thus not be used in SQL statements.
A simple example for creating such a procedure is:
// Create a procedure that inserts a log message in a table create.createProcedure("log") .as(insertInto(LOG).columns(LOG.TEXT).values("Log called")) .execute();
Once you've created the above procedure, you can either run code generation to get a type safe stub for calling them, or use CALL in an anonymous block, or directly:
// Call the previously created procedure with generated code: log(configuration); // ...or with the CALL statement in an anonymous block create.begin(call(name("log"))).execute(); // ...or with the CALL statement directly call(name("log")).execute();
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