Tom Archer explains how to use the Microsoft Text Driver and the .NET ODBC Classes to read formatted text data.
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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#.
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.
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