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[Development Simply Put] How To Create SQL Custom User-Defined Aggregate Functions

by Senior .NET/Sharepoint Engineer at ITWORX on Aug 03, 2013

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Sometimes you need to perform some complex SQL queries depending on some aggregate operations or functions. In most cases, these complex operations could be achieved by series of queries with joins ...

Sometimes you need to perform some complex SQL queries depending on some aggregate operations or functions. In most cases, these complex operations could be achieved by series of queries with joins and groupings, but, sometimes it is almost impossible to achieve this by the basic queries and functions natively supported by SQL. In this case, you need to create your SQL custom user-defined aggregate functions. If you want to know more, you can read this article.

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