Dynamic SQL vs Stored Procedure

Stored Procedures outperform dynamic SQL in almost all aspects. They are faster, secure, and easy to maintain, and require less network traffic. As a rule of thumb, stored procedures should be used in scenarios where you don’t have to modify your queries and your queries are not very complex. However, if you frequently change table names, column names, or the number of parameters in your query, Dynamic SQL is the better choice owing to its simpler implementation strategy.