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name for objects with code

is there a common/technical name for all objects with code.. (UDF, Proc etc)
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anushahanna

8/22/2022 - Mon
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anushahanna

OK- so at least in SQL Server, routines is more complete than any other terminology?

other than UDF and procs, any other categories here?
BrandonGalderisi

Not sure what you mean or what you're after here.
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anushahanna

other than procs or UDF, what other objects would be considered routines?
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BrandonGalderisi

That's it.  It's for code that can be called.  Triggers are in sysobjects.  Not sure where else.
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anushahanna

Thanks Brandon.