.NET Development for SQL Server

.NET Development for SQL Server News

  • September 14, 2005 14 Sep'05

    Face-off: Oracle vs. SQL Server

    Two site editors square off on the topic of SQL Server versus Oracle, a debate with equally loud fans on either side of the issue.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    .NET tools to be bundled in next SQL Server

    After two decades with the same underlying technology, SQL Server is in need of a facelift, Microsoft says. At the Professional Developers Conference, Microsoft vice president Gordon Mangione revealed some early features of Yukon, the next version ...

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  • .NET database object security

    No discussion of the new CLR features would be complete without a description of the security issues associated with using .NET assemblies and the SQL Server CLR. Find out how you can improve your CLR security. Continue Reading

  • User-Defined Types

    Another important new feature in SQL Server 2005 that is enabled by the integration of the .NET CLR is the ability to create true user-defined types (UDTs). Learn the best ways to utilize them in this chapter excerpt. Continue Reading

  • User-Defined Functions

    Creating .NET-based user-defined functions (UDFs) is another new feature that's enabled by the integration of the .NET CLR. Learn more about them in this chapter excerpt. Continue Reading

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