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You need to achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of changes to the existing applications. What should you create for each application? A. views B. table partitions C. table-valued functions D. stored procedures Correct Answer: A Explanation Explanation/Reference: QUESTION 12 You develop a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database. You need to create a batch process that meets the following requirements: Returns a result set based on supplied parameters. Enables the returned result set to perform a join with a table. Which object should you use? A. Inline user-defined function B. Stored procedure C. Table-valued user-defined function D. Scalar user-defined function Correct Answer: C Explanation Explanation/Reference: QUESTION 13 You develop a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database. You need to create and call a stored procedure that meets the following requirements: Accepts a single input parameter for CustomerID. Returns a single integer to the calling application. Which Transact-SQL statement or statements should you use? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.) A. CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.GetCustomerRating @Customer INT, @CustomerRatIng INT OUTPUT AS SET NOCOUNT ON SELECT @CustomerRating = CustomerOrders/CustomerValue FROM Customers WHERE CustomerID = @CustomerID RETURN GO B. EXECUTE dbo.GetCustomerRatIng 1745 C. DECLARE @customerRatingBycustomer INT DECLARE @Result INT EXECUTE @Result = dbo.GetCustomerRating , @CustomerRatingSyCustomer D. CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.GetCustomerRating @CustomerID INT, @CustomerRating INT OUTPUT AS SET NOCOUNT ON SELECT @Result = CustomerOrders/CustomerValue FROM Customers WHERE CustomerID = @CustomeriD RETURN @Result GO E. DECLARE @CustomerRatIngByCustcmer INT EXECUTE dbo.GetCustomerRating @CustomerID = 1745, @CustomerRating = @CustomerRatingByCustomer OUTPUT F. CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.GetCustomerRating @CustomerID INT AS DECLARE @Result INT SET NOCOUNT ON SELECT @Result = CustomerOrders/CustomerVaLue FROM Customers WHERE Customer= = @CustomerID RETURNS @Result Correct Answer: AE
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