Yelena Varshal

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Creating Dot Net Stored Procedures in SQL Server 2005

The CLR in SQL Server 2005 is quite the topic of debate and whether it is a good thing or not. No matter which side you are on, the reality is that you will need to understand how to create, manage, and work with stored procedures based on assemblies in SQL Server 2005. New author Yelena Varshal brings us a basic article and a sample that you can use.

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2005-06-28

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