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Using CLR functions with T-SQL

, 26 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)
Singapore Singapore
My passion lies in building business intelligence and data-based solutions, writing about things I work with and talking about it. New technologies relevant to my line of work interest me and I am often seen playing with early releases of such technologies.

My current role involves architecting and building a variety of data solutions, providing database maintenance and administration support, building the organization’s data practice, and training and mentoring peers.

My aspiration over the next several years is to achieve higher competency and recognition in the field of Data Analytics and move into a career of data science.


Specialities: SQL Server, T-SQL Development, SQL Server Administration, SSRS, SSIS, C#, ASP.Net, Crystal Reports

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