Calls of C-functions from Transact SQL 
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 Calls of C-functions from Transact SQL
Can someone out there give me info on how I can
call C-function from Transact SQL ?
For example, from within stored procedure or trigger.

Thanx.

--David.



Sun, 31 Dec 1995 09:28:17 GMT
 Calls of C-functions from Transact SQL

To David Joyner: I think this definitely belongs in the FAQ!

|> Can someone out there give me info on how I can
|> call C-function from Transact SQL ?
|> For example, from within stored procedure or trigger.
|>
|> Thanx.
|>
|> --David.

So, now we have three Davids involved...

You can only do this by sending an RPC to an Open Server.
See the utility.c sample for an example of an Open Server that
receives RPCs and does lots of different things with them...

David

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Mon, 01 Jan 1996 06:50:03 GMT
 Calls of C-functions from Transact SQL

:
: To David Joyner: I think this definitely belongs in the FAQ!
:

I wholeheartedly agree, but I am not working on the FAQ.  It turns out
that someone else has been working on an extensive FAQ for some time.
I'm sure he will post it here when it is completed.

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Mon, 01 Jan 1996 19:42:25 GMT
 
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