Monday, September 17, 2007

Updated Code and Slides for the SQL CLR Integration Talk

I updated the code and the slide for the SQL Integration talk that I gave in Code Camp 2007.2 in Philadelphia.
The slides code and slides are available here:
I added a readme file that explains how to run these samples.
There are samples for:
-SQL Stored Procedure written in C#, it uses return parameters, the message channel, internal connections to the database.
-User defined Aggregate function in C#
-Table valued function in VB.Net
-Scalar Values functions in C# and VB.Net
And a couple more

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Thanks for coming to my talk in code camp!

Thanks for coming to my talk in code camp.
I will post the revised code on the blog tomorrow - need to run to a wedding right now.
There were serveral examples I didn't have a chance to go through but they will be in my code and slided that will be posted - tomorrow.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

Friday, September 14, 2007

Code for Philly Code Camp 2007.2

The code for my session in Code Camp is available here:
If you want to run the samples you will need SQL server 2005 and Visual Studio.Net 2005.
The slides are not yet ready but they will be posted here before the talk.

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Code Camp 2007.2 Running C# and VB.Net Code on Microsoft SQL Server

I will be speaking at the Philly Code Camp 2007.2 on the subect of integrating C# and VB.Net Code on MS-SQL server 2005.
I will post my slides and code files here in a couple of days.
This is a link to the event on the PhillyDotNet website:
Abstract for the talk
SQL server 2005 allows .NET code to be run as functions, stored procedures, aggregate functions and other objects. In this session we will explore the integration of the .Net CLR with SQL server. We will go over the implications of running managed and unmanaged .Net code within SQL server 2005. We will talk about some useful applications for this type of integration and then we will get our hands dirty. We will create several objects in Visual Studio and deploy them in SQL server. Time permitting we will either go into debugging or informal performance testing by comparing .Net functions to native T-SQL code. This talk is geared towards DBAs and programmers alike. The code and slides will be posted ahead of time at (check the night before the talk). If you are interested in running the code you will need SQL server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 although it is not required in order to benefit from the session.