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Specifies whether the method can be invoked as an SQL stored procedure. Only class methods (not instance methods) can be called as SQL stored procedures.
Usage
To specify that the method can be invoked as an SQL stored procedure, use the following syntax:
ClassMethod name(formal_spec) As returnclass [ SqlProc ] 
{    //implementation }
Otherwise, omit this keyword or place the word Not immediately before the keyword.
Details
This keyword specifies that the method can be invoked as an SQL stored procedure. Only class methods (not instance methods) can be called as SQL stored procedures.
Stored procedures are inherited by subclasses.
Default
If you omit this keyword, the method is not available as an SQL stored procedure.
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