Subject SUSPEND - Was: problem with very simple Stored Procedure
Author Artur Anjos

> you should always have the suspend; (...)

I have seen over the times a lot of discussion about this. Really, I don't
understand why we must use the suspend if the SP is called by EXECUTE, not

For now, I'm using SUSPEND when I need to, and never use it when I use
EXECUTE to run the SP. Just like in the documentation :-). No problems at

Is there any logical explanation about this so aready discussed subject? I
have seen so many posts about it, but no conclusion at all.