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Old January 14th, 2005, 11:55 AM
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Can someone help on this.

I've got a UDF Scalar Function that works fine in on database, but when I try to copy the same UDF to another database I get syntax error messages.

The function is:
ALTER FUNCTION dbo.GetDateFilled
    (
    @dateAt1 datetime,
    @dateAt2 datetime,
        @dateEndActual datetime
        )
RETURNS datetime
AS
    BEGIN
    Declare @dateFilled datetime
    If @dateAt1 Is Not Null And @dateAt2 Is Null
        set @dateFilled = @dateAt1
    Else
        If @dateAt1 Is Null And @dateAt2 Is Not Null
        set @dateFilled = @dateAt2
    Else
        If @dateAt1 Is Null And @dateAt2 Is Null
        set @dateFilled = @dateEndActual
    Else
            Set @dateFilled = @dateAt1
    RETURN @dateFilled
    END

And this isn't the only UDF I can't import from one DB to another. It seems that I can't import any???

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated:

ea


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What is your syntax error message. Is the owner of the function the same owner on both databases.



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What I did was try to import the function through an Access ADP. So the function owner should be the same.

Any other ideas on this? I'm really stumpted and I owe this to a client.

Otherwise, would you have a work-around?

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