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Assemblies in SQL server 2005


Assemblies in SQL server 2005

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Hi All,

I have created a new assembly in the sql server database, by using the below code below:

--Create the required assemblies
CREATE ASSEMBLY ISOSUniversalComponent
FROM '\\172.33.54.59\po\Component\DotNetComponent.dll' /*The path were the DLL is copied*/
WITH PERMISSION_SET = UNSAFE;
GO

Now i wanna view the assembly created, so how to view the code for the created assembly in sql server 2005?

Thanks in Advance,
Arun
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List of assemblies can be found in SSMS under [Database]/Programmability/Assemblies. You can right-click and generate CREATE script or else.
Also, you can "select * from sys.assemblies" to see all registered assemblies in database.
What do you mean by "view the code for the created assembly in sql server"?
You cannot see the code itself, as assembly is compiled into DLL and code is not placed into SQL server itself, registration of assembly creates the reference to DLL - that's it.

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