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Re: Stored Procedure Tutorials
Posted by: Thomas CORBIERE ()
Date: June 14, 2007 10:13AM

Hello,

You can't do that since MySQL doesn't support a Table data type.
However, you can use a SELECT statement to produce a resultset from
the procedure.

Regards,

Thomas CORBIERE

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