SQL Server 2005's integration with the .NET common language runtime enables developers to create database objects such as user-defined functions using languages such as VB.NET and C#.
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SQL Server 2005 supports native HTTP SOAP via a feature known as HTTP Endpoints. Find out how this new feature makes the creation of Web services a snap.
This is the first of a series of articles that evaluates how well .NET supports XML and its surrounding standards. This article provides a good overview of the power of XPath queries.
Learn how to find the country list from a computer's registry. You see how to read and write to the directory from SQLServer.
Generating 'next numbers' numbers in SQLServer should not be a problem. But problema arise when a customer asks for different types of next numbers that you cannot generate directly from SQL Server. Learn how to tackle this problem in different scenarios.
Learn how to use databases on mobile devices.
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Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are where you have to be. It's not a matter of if as much as a matter of which.