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What is the difference between IS/AS while creating a procedure ?
i.e Create or Replace procedure is/as .....

Asked by: narendrareddy2414 | Member Since Jun-2007 | Asked on: Aug 13th, 2007

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senthil

Answered On : Nov 20th, 2007

Promisingly there is no difference between "is"  and  "as"

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cutesree

Answered On : Dec 17th, 2007

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There is no difference between is/as ... is is used for creating a new procedure with a new name where as 'as' is used to create a new procedure with existing procedure name... it will not display "procedure already exists".

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kirangsv

Answered On : Jan 6th, 2008

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Well there is no difference between is/as as they said both r one and the same when i have gone thru the book u can use either is / as

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