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I want to create a partitioned table to store messages.

If the message belongs to "an even week number" => go to the partEven partition ! If the message belongs to "an odd week number" => go to the partOdd partition !

Here is my broken code :

CREATE TABLE myTable (
    id NUMERIC(18,0) IDENTITY,
    message_date_time DATETIME,
    PRIMARY KEY (id)
    )partition by list (message_date_time)
        (partEven datepart(week, message_date_time) % 2 == 0,
         partOdd datepart(week, message_date_time) % 2 == 1
        )

Could someone help me with the syntax ? (if it's possible this way)

It seems that I'm only allowed to route records on the "message_date_time" constant but I want to do it on the result of a function applied to "message_date_time".

Please help :)

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You cannot write your own partition function. What you need to do is create an additional column, assign a value resulting from the function you want to use, and partition on that column. Unfortunately, you cannot partition on a computed column, which would be the easiest solution.

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  • Yes I tried this solution, the result is something like this "cannot create a partition using an encrypted/computed column" – Santana6.35 Jun 21 '16 at 10:49
  • WHen you create your column as a normal column (not a computed column)< you can partition on it. – RobV Jun 21 '16 at 21:45

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