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I’ve had some feed-back about SQLCLRProject (thanks Doug et al!), and based on that fixed some issues. Read all about it, and get the updates on the download page . As always, comments and suggestions for improvements are very welcome!! Niels
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I have the pleasure to introduce the SqlClrProject project type. The SqlClrProject is a project type for Visual Studio 2005 for creation and deployment of assemblies to SQL Server 2005. It consists of templates for both Visual C# (C#) and Visual Basic...
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As he states in his blog entry , I convinced (ok, I begged) Euan Garden to partner with me and Matt Nunn on the Data and Systems track at PDC. So, now the hard work begins of coming up with the track abstract, working through the multitude of sessions...
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As I have blogged about before, I am not terribly pleased with the deployment mechanism of assemblies to SQL Server 2005 from the "SQL Server Project" project-type in Visual Studio 2005, and I created my own MSBUILD deployment tasks instead. Sporadically...
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No, not Primary Domain Controller, but Professional Developers Conference. On the MSDN Events site there is an announcement for PDC 2005. It's being held September 13 -16 in Los Angeles. Hopefully it will be as good at the last.
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We have a new SQL Server blogger. I had the pleasure of having Christian Wade as a student a couple of weeks ago at a SQL Server 2005 class .It is great to see that he has now started a blog . His RSS feed is here .
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In the Whidbey release of ADO.NET is the SqlDependency class. This class allows the user to set up a callback which is called when the underlying data changes. Bob wrote about it here . Even if the "rules" Bob stated are followed you may not get it to...
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Recently there has been some discussions about SQL Server attributes in the beta newsgroups for SQL Server 2005 and VS 2005. Having tried to answer them, I thought it might be a good idea to write a blog entry about it as well. When you create a new SQL...
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The following is something that has come up on a couple of the SQL Server 2005 beta news groups. So, you have created a UDT and deployed it into SQL Server 2005. You have created a table with a column of the UDT type, and inserted some data. You're now...
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There has been quite a few discussion on some of the beta newsgroups about how to debug CLR methods, running in SQL Server 2005 (S2k5) as stored procedures, functions, etc. (actually there are some questions about how to debug T-SQL code as well). I thought...
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