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Implementing a CLR Stored Procedure in a LINQ based n-tier architecture

, 9 Sep 2009 CPOL 24.9K 927 38
CLR Stored Procedures can be efficiently implemented in an n-tier architecture.
clrinntierarchitecture.zip
ClrInNTierArchitecture
ClrInNTierPresentationLayer
BusinessLayer
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BusinessLayer.dll
DataAccessLayer.dll
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ClrInNTierPresentationLayer
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BusinessLayer.dll
ClrInNTierPresentationLayer.exe
ClrInNTierPresentationLayer.vshost.exe
ClrInNTierPresentationLayer.vshost.exe.manifest
DataAccessLayer.dll
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TempPE
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Settings.settings
ClrStoredProcedureLayer
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SqlClassLibrary.dll
ClrStoredProcedureLayer.csproj.user
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DataAccessLayer
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DataAccessLayer.dll
LinqToSqlDAL.dbml
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script.zip
Script

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Virat Kothari
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Virat Kothari holds dual masters, one in management - MBA(IT) and another in technical - M.Sc(IT). He is having 5+ years of experience in IT & Computers. He believes in "Perfection matters". He enjoys teaching people. When not working on software project, Virat likes to swim and sleep.

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