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Create project/stored procedure for SQLCRL

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I installed SQLServer 2005 Standard Edition and tried to created a
stored procedure in VB. From START/PROGRAMS/MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO
2005, I created a blank solution. What type of project shall I create
for creating a stored procedure in VB ?

I tried to install SQL Server again in case I left back some parts, but
I got a message that all parts were installed.

Jun 7 '06 #1
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On 7 Jun 2006 00:37:56 -0700, Chris wrote:
I installed SQLServer 2005 Standard Edition and tried to created a
stored procedure in VB. From START/PROGRAMS/MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO
2005, I created a blank solution. What type of project shall I create
for creating a stored procedure in VB ?

I tried to install SQL Server again in case I left back some parts, but
I got a message that all parts were installed.


Hi Chris,

Create a "database" project, using the "SQL Server Project" template.
After that, you can choose the "Project" / "Add Stored Procedure" menu
choice to add a CLR stored procedure to your project.

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Hugo Kornelis, SQL Server MVP
Jun 7 '06 #2

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Thanks a lot, Hugo.

Jun 7 '06 #3

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