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gjking

SHOW FUNCTION STATUS

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Hellllo there,

I want to create stored functions. I checked out the MySQL manual how to do this. But in the process of doing this I wanted to get a list with info of all these stored functions

The manual says this can be done with "SHOW FUNCTION STATUS"

However this does not work...I tried it by executing this query from 3 places:
PHPMyAdmin
direct in the command line
from a php script which I've written myself

I use MySQL version 4.1.10a-nt


I also have problems creating a stored function...I tried the following example (from the command line):

[code]
delimiter ||

CREATE FUNCTION WEIGHTED_AVERAGE (n1 INT, n2 INT, n3 INT, n4 INT)
  RETURNS INT
   DETERMINISTIC
    BEGIN
     DECLARE avg INT;
     SET avg = (n1+n2+n3*2+n4*4)/8;
     RETURN avg;
    END||
[/code]


But I get the following error:

[code]
ERROR 1064 (42000): You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that
corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '(n1 I
NT, n2 INT, n3 INT, n4 INT)
  RETURNS INT
   DETERMINISTIC
    BEGIN
     D' at line 1
[/code]

Hope someone can help me out....

Best wishes,

GJ

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Support for SPs was only added in MySQL 5.

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