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When a clr has the input type of SqlString it causes nvarchar(4000) to be the parameter type of the function in sql server. how to modify my CLR function to use nvarchar(max) ?

DR
When a clr has the input type of SqlString it causes nvarchar(4000) to be
the parameter type of the function in sql server. how to modify my CLR
function to use nvarchar(max) ?
Jan 24 '08 #1
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Can you be more specific? The CLR doesn't do anything in particular with
SqlString, framework code might. Could you post code that exemplifies the
problem?
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"DR" wrote:
When a clr has the input type of SqlString it causes nvarchar(4000) to be
the parameter type of the function in sql server. how to modify my CLR
function to use nvarchar(max) ?
Jan 25 '08 #2

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