What is T-SQL?
T-SQL or Transact SQL can be defined as a set of software development allowances from Sybase and Microsoft which enrich various features to the Structured Query Language or SQL including business control, row allowance, exemption, error handling, and specified variables. SQL, the abbreviation for Structured Query Language is a uniform computer language that was planned by IBM for interrogating, modifying and describing interpersonal databases using declarative reports. T-SQL enlarges on the SQL Standard to embrace technical programming, confined variables, and innumerable sustenance functions for string handling, data handling, math, etc. and adjustments to the DELETE and UPDATE declarations. Transact-SQL is essential to using Microsoft SQL server. T-SQL modifies the database setting to the itemized database or database snapshot in SQL server. Sybase mentions its statements as T-SQL and Microsoft refers to its declarations as Transaction-SQL. A stored process is simply a compiled database object that contains multiple T-SQL statements. Even though Microsoft has many system-provided stored processes, you can produce your own. Forming your own T-SQL methods offers various benefits. Since stored processes are stored in the database itself therefore whenever we require the code that we want to use, we can look for that particular code in the database. This saves a lot of time. You can even execute your code from any machine that is connected to the database server. It is easier to enforce database security with the help of T-SQL.