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What's the best type of TSql/CLR Integration in Sql Server 2005

One of the questions that came up when I was in South Bend is what is the best way to use CLR Objects?  Assuming that your solution needs a CLR Object, should you use a Dataset, Generic List (what I tend to show), or a TSQL/CLR integrated solution.  Honestly, I don't have an answer to that question, right now.  However, I should have something in a couple of days.  I have just completed writing the three scenarios that I have.  I am going to do some testing and I will be posting my findings after I complete my testing.

Hint: I am seeing a difference in the speed depending on how I structure things.

Published Nov 27 2006, 11:19 PM by wallym
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Wallace B. McClure said:

One of the questions that came up when I was in South Bend is what is the best way to use CLR Objects?
November 27, 2006 11:30 PM
 

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