im confuse with this code anyone can explain me what is it.??
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More exactly they are stored procedures, I wouldn't really say it is badly written (though I didn't really look at it) as it is generated, you can think of them as a map of sorts for a common procedure you may wish to do.
Read about them here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa174792(v=sql.80).aspx
Most SQL databases have a backup utility. This backup is not a copy of the binary files, like a regular backup. The database generates a script of SQL that will recreate the database in its entirety. This appears to be one of those scripts.
You have your usual table definitions.
Insert statements for all of the data in the tables.
And the badly formatted code is the triggers and stored procedures.
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