Method on table within Axapta, can it be reached from SQL serveR ?

Hi i have a method which is bound to a table from within AXAPTA, this table is to be easily found in the SQL server, is there someway to call a tables method from SQL servER ??

mSchmidtAsked:
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ShogunWadeCommented:
"is there someway to call a tables method from SQL servER ??"    what do you mean?
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mSchmidtAuthor Commented:
Well in Axapta the Tables have methods connected to them, are these methods stored within Axapta or is it possible to create methods for tables in SQL server, and if how do you call them ?
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ShogunWadeCommented:
SQL Server os not an object oriented database so no it is not possible to create a method on a table.   But you can create Stored Procedures which as essentially a set of instructions which are executed as one command.   This would be ne nearest approximation.
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