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Writing Database Objects in CLR: Advanced Scenarios

When you write code to be run inside SQL Server 2005, you usually want to deal with other database objects. Learn how to write a CLR-stored procedure that uses a simple table valued function to handle that scenario in a couple of ways.

Writing Database Objects in CLR

You can use CRL to author a number of database objects. Follow a canonical example that explains the main steps involved in using and creating a CLR object inside SQL Server 2005.

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