Thanks Shabbir and Coderzone for your replies. The only concern I had with using Stored Procedures was the number of arguments(which could be very large) I would have to pass to it through the VB GUI.
Since some of my SQL Server
tables have more than 40 fields, I would have to pass about the same or even more number of arguments to the stored procedure for insert/update in these tables.These arguments would come from VB GUI forms through user inputs, So in short, is it ok to pass that many arguments to SQL Server Stored Procedure
from VB front-end without compromising the effeciency? Thanks in advance.