"If you add a log message before the OPEN Crsr, you will see that the function is executed for each row."This certainly got my investigative juices flowing. I had to find out what he meant. He was referring to the SET LOG MESSAGE statement. There were no pictures to show how to implement this log message feature so I began digging around and figured out how this works.
ElevateDB comes with it's own GUI called ElevateDB Manager. It's similar to the SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) Microsoft distributes.
Here is a screenshot of a New.SQL script inside ElevateDB Manager
The SQL script is a simple loop from 1 to 100 that displays a log message each time X is a multiple of 7.
If you execute this script it tells you that "The script was executed successfully in 0 seconds". But where are the log messages?
You have to turn them on.
With the Explorer > Log Messages visible you see all the SET LOG MESSAGE statements. The log messages continue to accumulate each time you execute a script. There are two undocumented ventures available within the Log Messages pane: Save and Clear.
Simply right click anywhere within the log message pane you have an option to either Save or Clear the log messages.
I love the SET LOG MESSAGE feature and use it all the time. I find it extremely helpful and I hope you do as well.