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When testing an aggreate function "dbo.uagCountVowels" in a SQL Server project using VS2005 and SqlServer 2005, I got this error:

Cannot find either column "dbo" or the user-defined function or aggregate "dbo.uagCountVowels", or the name is ambiguous.

Why? Please advise.
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post your select including the udf bit
who "owns" the udf?
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