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Applying Managed Programming – Part 5

Applying Managed Programming Part – V Forming Managed User – Defined Types An individual can form a data type description in any of the .NET supported languages as well as practice it as a data type inside the SQL Server. This data type can be an amalgamation of any additional prevailing data type with more alterations smeared on it. An...

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Applying Managed Programming – Part 4

Applying Managed Programming – Part IV Forming Managed Trigger The managed triggers assistance in applying improved trigger sense which cannot be completed by means of T-SQL. An individual can form a managed trigger by means of the CREATE TRIGGER statement, as presented in the subsequent syntax:- CREATE TRIGGER < My_Trigger_Name > ON < My_Table or My_View > < FOR |...

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Applying Managed Programming – Part 3

Applying Managed Programming Part – III Forming Managed Functions For building a managed function by means of an imported assembly, an individual can practice the CREATE FUNCTION statement, as displayed in the subsequent syntax:- CREATE FUNCTION < My_Function_Name > ( < My_Parameter_List > ) RETURNS < My_Return_Type > AS EXTERNAL NAME < My_Assembly_Name > . < My_Type_Name > . <...

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Applying Managed Programming – Part 2

Applying Managed Programming Part – II Making Managed Database Items To form managed database items in the SQL Server, an individual necessity to first produce a managed program in any of the .NET program designing languages. A managed program comprises of classes as well as methods which offers a wanted functionality. Subsequently, an individual must compile the program to construct...

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Applying Managed Programming – Part 1

Applying Managed Programming – Part I The managed programming may possibly sounds like systematized and well thought out program writing or more like controlled software programming, and to some extends its quite factual; let’s take a look into the “MANAGED PROGRAMMING” in details now. The managed programs are executed in .NET CLR (Common Language Runtime). The SQL Server assimilates CLR...

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Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 4

Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 4 This PART has the following example for better understanding of the code that we had already discussed in the last PART – 4 of this series (Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server). Further modification or improvement of the code can be done accordingly to the...

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Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 3

Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 3 The PART 3 is the vital and core part of this “Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server” series. Each and every part of the code has been described in details for better understanding; this part of the article has been followed by an additional PART...

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Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 2

Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 2 What is Web Service? The web service is a group of utilities which offer programmable reasoning castoff by customer’s systems across the internet. The web services are grounded on the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) plus interact by means of Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). Simple Object Access Protocol...

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Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 1

Applying Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Endpoint in SQL Server – Part 1 Introduction The businesses make practice of web system each and every time they want their information to be accessible by the different users distributed over countless sites. The web systems practice some particular definite services, identified as the WEB SERVICEs, which offer program writing help plus benefits the...

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Analysis of Service Broker in line of Message Based Communication – Part 3

Analysis of Service Broker in line of Message Based Communication – Part 3 Building Contracts Any contracts are a settlement in the middle of two services which requires communicating with one another. The contracts stipulate the nature of message which will be there in a conversation among the two services. An individual can form a message by means of the...

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