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For attendees of last Thursday's talk on SQL Server Spatial for the masses, the demo code is located here . Thanks for coming and for your participation! This blog is sponsored by SQLSkills . Read More...
When SQL Server creates a CLR appdomain to run code in (a runtime appdomain as noted in the previous blog entry ), the appdomain normally stays in place for the lifetime of SQL Server. This is done to save appdomain create/teardown and assembly load time. Read More...
.NET (and therefore SQLCLR) divides up running its code (even within the same process like the sqlserver.exe process) into appdomains. The appdomain is like a lightweight process used to enforce isolation between running .NET code within the same Windows Read More...
I've been able to coordinate being home and the Portland (Oregon) SQL Server user group's meeting schedule, so next week I'll be speaking "at home" for a change. I'm giving a talk on one of my favorite features for developers in SQL Server 2008, Spatial Read More...
Copyright Remus Rusanu 2008. Visit the original article at http://rusanu.com/2008/07/16/ot-terrarium-2-released-in-the-wild/Those who played with the original Terrarium project back in .Net 1.1 now have a chance to revisit this fun project. The Terrarium2 Read More...
I've noticed that some folks have written PowerShell scripts that execute against a list of servers. In the scripts, they read the names of the servers from XML files. But the SQL Server PowerShell provider in RC0 has a useful "component" called SQLRegistration; Read More...
I received a question today about whether I'd converted my Policy-Based Management examples using SMO (see the multi-part "Programming Policy-Based Management with SMO" series, starting here ) from C# to PowerShell yet. I did do this a while ago; they're Read More...