CLR Survey

Kevin Feasel

2016-07-28

CLR

Michael J. Swart wants to know if you’re using CLR in your environment:

CREATE ASSEMBLY supports specifying a CLR assembly using bits, a bit stream that can be specified using regular T-SQL. The full method is described in Deploying CLR Database Objects. In practice, the CREATE ASSEMBLY statement looks something like:

After learning about assembly deployment, check out Michael’s one-question survey.

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