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Global Function in MS SQL 7.0

Global Function in MS SQL 7.0

Global Function in MS SQL 7.0

Has anyone had any joy creating the SQL equivalent of a Visual Basic global function.
I need to create a function which can work out someones age from their date of birth, working in a similar way to the DATEDIFF(Year,,) Function. Its achieveable in a SP with a fair amount of code but I want to be able to use it across many databases and stored procedures, without storing the value in a table, using as little code as possible.

RE: Global Function in MS SQL 7.0

You can still use a stored procedure.
Just compile it in the Master database.
This will give you access from any database on the

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