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MSDN TV: Write Managed Code for SQL Server 2005 Using Visual Studio 2005

Language:
English
Milind Lele shows how to create, deploy, and debug a user defined data type (UDT) in Visual Basic.
  • Note:There are multiple files available for this download.Once you click on the "Download" button, you will be prompted to select the files you need.
    Version:

    1

    File Name:

    20041104SQLServerML.exe

    20041104SQLServerMLDemo.exe

    Date Published:

    04/11/2004

    File Size:

    48.3 MB

    6.3 MB

      SQL Server 2005 allows users to write managed code that runs on the server. Visual Studio 2005 makes it easy to build stored procedures, functions, triggers, data types, and aggregates in managed code. Milind Lele shows how to create, deploy, and debug a user defined data type (UDT) in Visual Basic.
  • Supported Operating Systems:

    Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP

      Presentations are played using the Microsoft Windows Media Player.
    • NOTE: Refers to the entire presentation download only.



      Besides the media files, this download contains several more files needed to reproduce the proper viewing experience of an episode with an inline demo.



      - After downloading .exe, double click to open

      - You’ll be prompted to unzip to folder with the given episode name

      - Defaults to automatically launch Setup.exe

      - Once Setup Wizard appears, click through and accept EULA

      - Install to default folder named “MSDN” under C:\Program Files or one of your choice

      - Click through to install

      - Launch program through shortcut on Desktop
    • - To view the entire presentation as an application (includes transcript), choose the file 20041104SQLServerML.exe

      - To view the demo only as a standalone .wmv file, choose the file 20041104SQLServerMLDemo.exe

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