By C. J. Date
The former variation of this booklet proven itself because the such a lot entire and comprehensible therapy of the SQL regular in general to be had. Many alterations have happened within the SQL criteria global given that that version was once released, although: an immense new part, the Call-Level Interface (SQL/CLI), used to be additional in 1995. one other significant new part, the chronic kept Modules characteristic (SQL/PSM), is nearing crowning glory and is because of be extra to the traditional in overdue 1996 or early 1997. the unique 1992 commonplace itself has been considerably replaced and corrected during the booklet of 2 large Technical Corrigenda, one in 1994 and one in 1996. All of those alterations are mirrored during this Fourth variation. previous variations of this e-book tested a practice of cautious, transparent, and exact rationalization of advanced technical fabric. This new version maintains that culture.
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Direct the compiled output into a library file or DLL by using the compiler option, /target:library or /t:library. Pressing Enter or executing this command will result in a compiled DLL binary file with the same name as your class file — except for the DLL ending. cs The output should look similar to Figure 2-3. dll. Normally you’d start with a project to create the original class, and you’d call the whole project an assembly. An assembly is just a bundle of types and classes that work together to form a logical unit of functionality.
The following are the requirements for Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition: Resource Recommended Processor 600 mHz Operating System Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or later Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (WOW) Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition (WOW) Windows Server 2003R2 Windows Server 2003R2 x64 Edition (WOW) Windows Vista Memory 192 MB of RAM or more Hard Disk 2 GB available Drive DVD-ROM drive Required Namespaces for SQL CLR Objects There are four namespaces required to support the creation of SQL CLR objects.
Notice that when the class file is created, the template internally creates a class name named UserDefinedFunctions. qxp 11/2/06 11:56 AM Page 35 Your First CLR Stored Procedure add another User-Defined Function class to the project, it would have the same class name too. This is by design. NET compiler merges the methods together into one object. This allows for simplicity in programming, since you only need to reference the one merged class, and simplifies sharing production code references across multiple developers on a project.
A Guide to the SQL Standard by C. J. Date