Leveraging the .NET Framework in SQL Server 2005

By Bill Graziano on 1 April 2004 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQL Server 2005


Tom submitted "One of the major new features of SQL Server 2005 ('Yukon') is the integration of the .NET Common Language Runtime into the SQL Server database engine. This article, by Microsoft Regional Director Jurgen Postelmans, will give you an overview on how to write stored procedures, triggers and user-defined functions in SQL Server 2005 using C#." Follow the link to Leveraging the .NET Framework in SQL Server 2005...

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