Chapter 21. Programming with SQL Server 2005
IN THIS CHAPTER
- Introduction to the SQL Server 2005 CLR Host
- Building C# Stored Procedures
- Building C# User-Defined Functions
- Creating a C# User-Defined Type
- Working with the New Server-Side SQL Library
- Using MARS (Multiple Active RecordSets)
SQL Server 2005 adds a wealth of new features for developers and DBAs alike. One of the biggest new features of SQL Server 2005 of interest to C# developers is the integration of the CLR directly into the server. This gives SQL Server 2005 the ability to host stored procedures, user-defined functions, user-defined types, and much more—all written in managed code.
The ability to reuse your existing .NET and C# skills from within SQL Server 2005, as well as have ...