In Oracle it is possible to create User-define aggregate functions.
The MS SQL has the ability to create User-define aggregate functions in the CLR.
Foresees in the future this functionality in the ASE?
would that be useful :
Adaptive Server 15.0.2 introduces user-defined SQL functions.
Use create function to create user-defined functions, and drop function to remove a user-defined function.
You can include these elements in a scalar function:
Adaptive Server does not allow fetch statements in a scalar function that return data to the client. You cannot include :
You can include select or fetch statements that assign values only to local variable.