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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: What way is invalid for invoking a stored function?

    A stored function can be invoked in many ways.which invocation is not valid for a stored function?

    1-Execute the stored function within a client side function
    2-Execute the stored function within a INSERT statement
    3-Execute the stored function within a CHECK Constraint of a table
    4-Execute the stored function within a server side function


    Thanks in Advance

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    What happened when you tried?
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    I havent treied..I want to know the answer..I m preparing for certification and I have faced this question during preparation... so kindly plz could u tell me which one is correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie_86 View Post
    I havent treied
    Why not?

    I m preparing for certification
    Then it's even more important that you try for yourself.

    kindly plz
    What does this have to do with german zip codes?
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  5. #5
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    Sorry for that....
    How can I try with client side or server side functions.
    If you then tell me the answer.

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