SQLSharp 4.1 Released

Solomon Rutzky announces a new release of SQL#:

  • GENERAL

    • 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.
  • Installation Script

    • 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).
  • Networking

    • 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.

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