Working with Managed Stored Procedure using Visual Studio 2005
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by Srinivas Jadhav
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From this article we came to learn how to create a CLR (Managed) Stored Procedure. We are able to access Input and Output parameters. You also learned the advantages of Managed Stored Procedure and how to debug a Managed Stored procedure like the T-SQL Stored Procedure.


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