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SimpleJdbcCall vs. StoredProcedure
Joined: Feb 22, 2008
Jul 17, 2009 14:27:29
I have some questions about the SimpleJdbcCall class which is one of new classes introduced in 2.5.
1) what are the differences between SimpleJdbcCall and SqlCall/StoredProcedure?
2) Is SimpleJdbcCall preferred since it's new in 2.5?
3) Since SqlCall/StoredProcedure are NOT deprecated, I wonder in what situations SqlCall/StoredProcedure are expected to be used instead of SimpleJdbcCall.
4) Are there anything new in 2.5 to SqlQuery/SqlUpdate as SimpleJdbcCall to SqlCall/StoredProcedure?
(I have posted these questions on Spring forum but no one has replied to it yet...)
I agree. Here's the link:
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