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The Fundamentals of the SQL Server 2005 XML Datatype

SQL Server 2000 developers and DBAs who've been yearning for better XML support in SQL Server will be pleased with the new XML datatype in SQL Server 2005. If you're one of them, learn the fundamentals of the datatype so you can get going.

An Intro to CLR Integration in SQL Server 2005

Learn all you need to know about the CLR integration available in SQL Server 2005. Get a high-level introduction, followed by a discussion of the implications of writing database objects in CLR code and a comparison with existing alternatives such as T-SQL or extended stored procedures.

Introduction to SQL Server Report Builder

SQL Server 2005 is the first version to include end user reporting capabilities. See how the new Report Builder makes it easy for analysts to generate reports while avoiding the performance pitfalls of completely ad hoc reporting.

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