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AnsiNulls property broken

Hi All,

I'd really appreciate any feedback on the following problem:

Any Multistatement table-valued UDF created initially in SQL Server 2000 appears to have a broken AnsiNulls property if viewed with the SQL Server 2005 Management Studio. The value of AnsiNulls property is Property AnsiNullsStatus is not available for UserDefinedFunction '[dbo].[udf_MultiStatementTVF]'. This property may not exist for this object, or may not be retrievable due to insufficient access rights. At the same time, inline table-valued functions are just fine in this regard.
If I recreate the same functions on the SQL Server 2005 instance, the problem doesn't occur. I've being experiencing the issue running SQL Server 2000 SP4 Standard Edition, where the DB is, and SQL Server 2005 SP2 Standard Edition.
A similar bug in this context was previously reported and apparently fixed:

Please let me know if there's any workaround.

Thanks in advance,

Sep 10 '07 #1
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