Managed Data Access Inside SQL Server with ADO.NET and SQLCLR

By Bill Graziano on 31 May 2005 | 0 Comments | Tags: Stored Procedures, .NET, CLR


Using the new SQLCLR feature, managed code can use ADO.NET when running inside SQL Server 2005. Learn about SQLCLR via basic scenarios of in-process data access, SQLCLR constructs, and their interactions. Follow the link to Managed Data Access Inside SQL Server with ADO.NET and SQLCLR...

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