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Posted by: Benoit St-Jean
Date: October 04, 2018 10:27PM

I was thinking of having all "common functions" used by all users on my server stored into a "common database" instead of creating the same functions over & over in every database. Pros? Cons? Performance issues?

Any recommendations as if this makes sense? Best practices?

From a maintenance standpoint, having to modify just one version of a function seems to be easier than having to recreate the "corrected" function in every database.

Does this make sense at all?

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