Writing Database Objects in CLR

Thursday Sep 15th 2005 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

You can use CLR to author a number of database objects. Follow a canonical example that explains the main steps involved in using and creating a CLR object inside SQL Server 2005.

[From Developer.com]

My previous article covered the basics of CLR integration in SQL Server 2005. It compared CLR inside SQL Server 2005 with TSQL and extended stored procedures, and discussed the judicious use of CLR in lieu of other available choices. This article takes the discussion further, discussing how to write various common database objects in CLR.

You can author a number of objects using CLR and host them in the database...

The article continues at http://www.developer.com/db/article.php/3548331

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