ASTERISK PBX : How to load new functions that you put in func_odbc: ast_func_read: Function ODBC_fuction not registered

All of my functions in asterisk work great.
I just added one and I get:

ast_func_read: Function ODBC_MYFUNCTION not registered

I have reloaded :
core reload
module reload func_odbc.so
module reload res_odbc

Not sure what else to do to get this new function seen by asterisk and registered.

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feptiasCommented:
From the CLI, what output is printed for this command:
core show functions like ODBC

Have you defined the function in /etc/asterisk/func_odbc.conf ??
If so, can you post back here the lines from that file that define your function.
If not, that is your problem. These are user defined functions. The definitions are put in func_odbc.conf
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