Creating user-defined functions (UDFs)

The user-defined functions in a database are available under the User Defined Functions node of the database in the object explorer tree.

To create a user-defined function, select the node of the database that you want to create the function for in the object explorer tree and then click Object > User Defined Functions > New in the top menu.

To continue, fill in the UDF Properties form, click OK and press F7. Log in to the NPS host then to finish adding the function.
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    Michał Witczak

    How to Add java language function?

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    Dustin Wells

    Michal,

    UDF only support CPP libraries. You would have to port the function over to CPP and then add a custom library. Thanks.

     

    Dustin

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