The syntax for altering a multi-statement table-valued function : function « Procedure Function « SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial

Home
SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial
1.Query
2.Insert Delete Update
3.Table
4.Table Join
5.Data Types
6.Set Operations
7.Constraints
8.Subquery
9.Aggregate Functions
10.Date Functions
11.Math Functions
12.String Functions
13.Data Convert Functions
14.Analytical Functions
15.Sequence Indentity
16.View
17.Index
18.Cursor
19.Database
20.Transact SQL
21.Procedure Function
22.Trigger
23.Transaction
24.XML
25.System Functions
26.System Settings
27.System Tables Views
28.User Role
29.CLR
SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial » Procedure Function » function 




ALTER FUNCTION [owner_name.]function_name
    ([@parameter_name data_type [default]] [, ...])
RETURNS @return_variable TABLE
(column_name_1 data_type [column_attributes]
[, column_name_2 data_type [column_attributes]]...)
[WITH {ENCRYPTION|SCHEMABINDING|ENCRYPTION,SCHEMABINDING}]
BEGIN
    sql_statements
    RETURN
END














21.2.function
21.2.1.The syntax for creating a multi-statement table-valued function
21.2.2.The syntax for creating a scalar-valued function
21.2.3.The syntax for creating a simple table-valued function
21.2.4.The syntax of the ALTER FUNCTION statement for a scalar valued function
21.2.5.The syntax for altering a simple table-valued function
21.2.6.The syntax for altering a multi-statement table-valued function
21.2.7.Call user-defined function in where clause
21.2.8.Call two user-defined functions in a select statement
21.2.9.Function WITH SCHEMABINDING
21.2.10.Multistatement Table-Valued Functions
21.2.11.Pass a declared variable to a function
21.2.12.Return TOP 100 PERCENT WITH TIES from a function
21.2.13.Get the 3 employees with the most RegionPlace
21.2.14.Use function as a view
21.2.15.Create a scalar-valued function that returns the total Billing amount due
21.2.16.Invoke the scalar-valued function
21.2.17.A SELECT statement that uses the function in a join operation
21.2.18.Use function to wrap a long sql statement
21.2.19.Query a table returned from a function
java2s.com  | Contact Us | Privacy Policy
Copyright 2009 - 12 Demo Source and Support. All rights reserved.
All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.