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SQL Server DMVs in Action: Better Queries with Dynamic Management Views by Ian W. Stirk

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Chapter 7. Common Language Runtime DMVs

 

This chapter covers
  • Overview of SQL CLR processing
  • Identifying queries that spend the most time in the CLR
  • Getting information about your SQL CLR assemblies

 

SQL is great for performing set-based processing, where one or more rows of data are manipulated in accordance with set theory. In the early days, Structured Query Language (SQL) was extended, typically by third parties looking for commercial advantage, to benefit from an increasingly technical environment. These nonstandard, third-party-based SQL extensions were often embedded into a host programming language to enhance its programmability. Extending the reach of SQL has a long history, culminating in the current movement of using the Common ...

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