SQL2005 and VS2003 and CLR  
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BarbWolski





PostPosted: Thu Oct 13 12:22:35 CDT 2005 Top

SQL Server >> SQL2005 and VS2003 and CLR

Hi,

We are looking at using SQL2005, when it goes live, but with VS 2003 rather
than VS 2005. Will the integrated CLR work for this combination or does it
need VS 2005 created objects?

Thanks

Chris Wood

SQL Server195  
 
 
Hal





PostPosted: Thu Oct 13 12:22:35 CDT 2005 Top

SQL Server >> SQL2005 and VS2003 and CLR It needs .NET Framework 2.0. If you didn't want to upgrade to VS2005 then
you could initially create things using VS 2003 and then use the command
line compilers in .NET Framework 2.0 to rebuild them for use in SQL Server
2005. You lose all the great support in VS 2005 for developing for SQL
Server (automatic installation into a SQL Server instance, debugging, etc.).
But you could make it work.

Why don't you want to use VS 2005?

--
Hal Berenson, President
PredictableIT, LLC




> Hi,
>
> We are looking at using SQL2005, when it goes live, but with VS 2003
> rather than VS 2005. Will the integrated CLR work for this combination or
> does it need VS 2005 created objects?
>
> Thanks
>
> Chris Wood
>
>
>


 
 
Chris





PostPosted: Thu Oct 13 12:28:41 CDT 2005 Top

SQL Server >> SQL2005 and VS2003 and CLR Hal,

A product that we use may not work with VS 2005. Difficult to say if it will
be usable when SQL2005/VS 2005 goes live.

Thanks

Chris



> It needs .NET Framework 2.0. If you didn't want to upgrade to VS2005 then
> you could initially create things using VS 2003 and then use the command
> line compilers in .NET Framework 2.0 to rebuild them for use in SQL Server
> 2005. You lose all the great support in VS 2005 for developing for SQL
> Server (automatic installation into a SQL Server instance, debugging,
> etc.). But you could make it work.
>
> Why don't you want to use VS 2005?
>
> --
> Hal Berenson, President
> PredictableIT, LLC
>
>


>> Hi,
>>
>> We are looking at using SQL2005, when it goes live, but with VS 2003
>> rather than VS 2005. Will the integrated CLR work for this combination or
>> does it need VS 2005 created objects?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Chris Wood
>>
>>
>>
>
>