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Dynamic SQL inside User defined functions

By garvi,

The script details about the workaround for using Dynamic SQL inside T-SQL user defined functions. Basically, T-SQL doesn't allow developers to perform/write any actions/statments which would affect the database's state. As a key note factor for any migration process from oracle to sql server developers need to do a work around on using execute immediate(for framing queries only. Any DDL changes has to be avoided and if so the logic should be redesigned) in user defined functions. So in order to acheive this, we can either frame the queries dynamically and manipulate them by storing the resultant in local variables or we can go for a CTE. The code or script attached talks about one such situation

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