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I've always thought of Stored Procedures and UDFs as akin to Object Oriented Programming. The same kinds of "abuses" apply. In this case isolating insufficient function into a single object or method. (A companion one, perhaps almost the same one, is overly nesting UDFs and Stored Procedures.)

 
I'm also wondering if "single statement Native Stored Procedures" are going to see less time on a zIIP and more on a General Purpose engine. Or at any rate more on a GCP. That is, compared to multiple-statement Stored Procedures.

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