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Execute .NET Code under SQL Server 2005

, 26 Aug 2007 CPOL
Article describes all the problems and constraints defined to use managed code under SQL Server 2005.

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2 - publicly available No 27-Aug-07 0:29 Available Deeksha Shenoy
1 No 22-Nov-09 18:13 Composing Kamal Singh Kharayat

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