Solomon Rutzky announces a new release of SQL#:
- Greatly reduced size (by approx. 310 kb) of main SQL# Assembly by moving LookUp category into its own Assembly: SQL#.LookUps. This will improve initial load times and won’t waste much memory when not using the LookUp functions.
- Account for security changes related to SQL Server 2017 (i.e. “CLR strict security“) using a Certificate (flexible, clean) instead of the new “Trusted Assemblies” (inflexible, messy).
Added explicit support for TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 protocols
Increased default “Connection Limit” for URIs to 20 from the .NET default of 2. This will reduce performance bottlenecks from concurrent access to the same URI.
SQL# is also the first place where I found a decent median function for SQL Server.