Questions tagged [user-defined-type]

User-Defined Types (UDTs) are custom datatypes in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or newer. UDTs are one of the five SQLCLR object types and rely on the .NET Framework. They are most commonly written in C# or VB.NET.

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PostgreSQL- user-defined types: note sure what internallength/alignment is for linked list type

I'm currently trying to implement at user-defined data type in Postgres in the form of a linked list with each node holding an int and a pointer to the next node, here are my input functions: // ...
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Are user defined types (UDTs) available in an Azure SQL database managed instance?

Is it possible to create user defined types and user defined table types in an Azure SQL database managed instance?
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Unable to declare user-defined variable in MySQL

I'm creating procedure called min_max to find minimum and maximum for every column in a table. But I'm encountering an error for declaring the variable. See below: DELIMITER // DROP PROCEDURE IF ...