Sven Groot wrote:
I typically use sprocs only to avoid putting actual SQL in my C#/VB/whatever code, and I keep them as small as possible. They tend to be single select/update/insert/delete statements, and if an insert they're usually followed by select scope_identity. But that's about all. All my logic is in other places.

If I need more code on the database level it's usually in triggers and check constraints, not stored procedures.
me too

usually 10-15 lines