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Using CLR functions with T-SQL

, 25 Nov 2011 CPOL
Why use CLR?Before using CLR, you should question ‘Why’. When using CLR functions within T-SQL, you have to maintain two different programming environments, unless what you gain worth more than having it.We need to use the CLR functions when occasions such as:When we have to access system resources

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Manjuke Fernando
Technical Lead Air Liquide Industrial Services (Singapore)
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I have been in software industry for more than 8 years. I have developed different type of software using different languages. Many of them are database related (both web & window based), SQL being as the back end most of the time. Up-to-date I have knowledge in languages such as C#, VB.Net, T-SQL, JAVA, VB6 & C++, making C# the most proficient of all. Also I have worked using different technologies like ASP.Net, SharePoint, Crystal Reports (But I really hate designing reports) & MS SQL Server and have involved in designing & developing software for major companies like FedEx, Softlogic Holdings, IronOne Technologies & Brandix. Currently I am working as a Tech Lead in Singapore.
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