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Programming Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2008 by Leonard Lobel, Andrew Brust, and Stephen Forte

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Summary

In this chapter, you’ve been exposed to the "mechanics" of developing the five basic SQL CLR entities and using them from T-SQL. You’ve seen how to take advantage of SQL Server 2008/Visual Studio 2008 integration as well as how to develop SQL CLR code in conventional Class Library assemblies and deploy them using T-SQL and SQL Server Management Studio. You’ve also been exposed to most of the SQL CLR .NET code attributes and their use in SQL Server projects and standard Class Library projects. You’ve gotten a sense of how to use Management Studio and the Visual Studio 2008 Server Explorer window as management tools for your SQL CLR objects, and we’ve discussed scenarios in which using SQL CLR integration is a good choice as well as scenarios ...

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