Since you are running SQL Server 2005 you are able to create stored procedures in C# or VB.Net using Visual Studio...
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2005. That is exactly the route I would recommend. If you do, you will be able to execute the CLR procedure just like you would execute a Transact-SQL created stored procedure.
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