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Book Review: Murach's SQL Server 2005 For Developers
by Scott Waletzko | Published  03/11/2007 | SQL Server Book Reviews | Rating:
Walkthrough: Section 5

The final section of the book covers integration of the .NET CLR (Common Language Runtime) with SQL Server to extend the features available to developers through SQL and DDL. The section begins with an overview of the integration of the CLR with SQL Server, including how to use Visual Studio to work with CLR objects and how to deploy CLR assemblies for use by SQL Server.

Next, specific examples of how to use the CLR to write stored procedures, functions, and triggers are given, including detailed explanations of the differences between writing standard CLR code and SQL Server 2005-integrated CLR code. Lastly, CLR aggregate functions and user-defined types are discussed.

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