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Discussion on: Stored Procedures - love or leave 'em?

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Change management complexity, nearly impossible seamless deployments and portability are arguments I had on my list too.
I would add that unit testing is much harder for procedures and missing language features like parallel method execution that you could use if logic is within the service.
I think logic in service also makes the tech stack simplier. So having all logic in the service but one procedure seems just not worth it. Then better pl/sql all the way with a thin rest proxy.
I've seen much too pain with stored procedures to consider them in a new software.
Thanks for an argumented article, there is no place for emotions in these dillemas :)