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Microsoft® SQL Server 2005 Unleashed by John Kane, Tudor Trufinescu, Alex T. Silverstein, Chris Gallelli, Paul Bertucci, Ray Rankins

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Chapter 36. SQL Server and the .NET Framework

IN THIS CHAPTER

This chapter examines the deep integration of the .NET Framework with SQL Server 2005. It first covers how to program using ADO.NET 2.0, then it delves into SQL Server 2005’s brand-new support for the creation of custom managed database objects.

What’s New in SQL Server 2005 and the .NET Framework

SQL Server 2005 has the capability to use types and run routines written in C# or VB.NET. This is a huge extension of the T-SQL language: Stored procedures, functions, triggers, data types, and custom aggregates can now be written in .NET code and consumed in either ...

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