Using CLR To Call HTTP Endpoints From T-SQL

Kevin Feasel

2018-04-18

CLR

Jovan Popovic shows how to use cURL from within SQL Server with the CLR:

This code will add one function and one procedure in SQL Server that implements the following CURL functions:

  • CURL.XGET – function that calls API on some http endpoint using get method and fetches the response. It has two parameters:

    • @H representing the header information that should be sent to remote endpoint (null for none).
    • @url representing the endpoint where the Http request should be sent.
  • CURL.XPOST – procedure that sends text to some http endpoint using post method and prints response. It has three parameters:

    • @H representing the header information that should be sent to the remote endpoint (null for none).

    • @d representing the data that should be sent to remote endpoint in the request body.

    • @url representing the endpoint where the Http request should be sent.

Click through for the process.  I’ve never been afraid of CLR and it is a rather useful tool, but pushing for CLR is definitely like swimming upstream.

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