SQLCLR and Collations

Wednesday Sep 23rd 2009 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

In this PASS Summit Unite 2009 Speaker Tip, Adam Machanic discusses how to make a SQL CLR routine behave similarly to a T-SQL routine.

[From SQL Server Magazine]

An important quality of a well-written SQL Server Common Language Runtime (SQLCLR) routine is transparency: A caller should never have to think about, or even realize, that a given routine was written in a .NET language rather than in T-SQL. As developers, therefore, our job is to be mindful of the differences between the two systems so that we can create routines that behave the way we—and our end users—expect them to.

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