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convert query to UDF

Posted on 2013-01-08
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I received help here in EE to write a query that is working well for my desired results.

I now need to convert the query into a UDF or stored procedure that returns the table results that the query currently produces.

I need help figuring out how to convert the query to a UDF. I do not know how to replace the ;WITH  part of the code when inside a function.


Thank you much.
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Chris Luttrell earned 500 total points
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just wrap your code with something like this:
CREATE PROCEDURE yourProcName
AS
BEGIN
-- all your code here
END

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and then when you call it like this it will return the same thing you are getting from the query.
EXEC yourProcName

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by:metropia
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thank you. I was trying to put all the code in a user defined function instead that a stored procedure, and I was getting errors on the line containing the ;WITH
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