How to use Managed Code (CLR) in SQL Server? Video

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SQL CLR Integration allows you to create database objects that enhance your ability to provide custom functionality and package them into .NET assemblies.

The .NET CLR offers:

  • Access to existing managed code.
  • Security features to ensure managed code will not compromise the server.
  • The ability to create new resources using .NET languages like Microsoft Visual
    C#® and Microsoft Visual Basic .NET.

I have already posted a previous post on "Can we call .DLL from SQL server ?" where

Assemblies are DLLs created and compiled with a .NET language such as VB or C# and contain logic to add custom database objects to SQL Server 2008 via CLR integration.

Now Let’s take a closer look, how we implement this in SQL Server.

Video : How Can implement CLR Integration in SQL Server ?


Presented by Thom


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