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SET NO COUNT ON usage

To reduce the amount of network data for each statement that occurs within your stored procedures. Every time a SQL statement is executed it returns the number of rows that were affected. By using "SET NOCOUNT ON" within your stored procedure you can shut off these messages and reduce some of the traffic.
Reducing amount of network data for SQL Server stored procedures tutorial and example

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