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Sunday, June 08, 2008

Is SQL Server 2005 Integration With .NET CLR Useful?

When Microsoft launched the .NET 2.0 framework, they talked about the "true" tight integration between SQL Server 2005 and .NET 2.0. When we says tight integration, we refer to the possibility of writing .NET assemblies and then have them loaded onto SQL Server 2005 and have them invoked similar to invoking stored procedures.

But the question is "Is SQL Server 2005 Integration With .NET CLR Useful"? Simple-Talk's editor Tony Davis has his say. As for myself, I have only tried CLR integration with SQL Server 2005 as a personal practice. I have not used any CLR on SQL Server 2005 for practical use.

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