Last week, I delivered a session at TechEd Israel on the Yukon CLR.
Basically, SQL Server 2005 will host the CLR which enables developers to:
Except for the user defined aggregates, I covered all of these and showed a simple demo. You can find slides and demo here: http://iw.microsoftwss.be/EYT/HansVBBlogDrops . Look for Dev402 content.
Especially creating the user defined data type (demo 5) took me some time because I overlooked some simple details:
Easy to say afterwards but only the last one worked. I can see why the second doesn't work. But I really thought the first one would have worked as well. Thinking about it a bit earlier on the day, maybe the following would have worked as well. I'm not going to fire up my VPC now, I have other work to do but I'll change this blog entry once I find out.
I'm really looking forward to Beta 2 when the product will be more complete and when there will be a much broader availability of the bits. I'm sure we will get a hot Yukon summer...
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