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May 2008 Entries
Saving table changes is safer in SQL Server 2008
I have been playing with SQL Server 2008 "Katmai" for quite a while. Although the new management studio designer looks almost the same as that of SQL 2005, there're actually many new features under the hood, and some of them are quite thoughtful. I have just been discovering these goodies here and there everyday. What I found today is also pretty interesting. By default, SQL Server 2008's designer no longer allows saving changes that require table re-creation. You will need to turn off this safety ......

Posted On Thursday, May 29, 2008 3:36 PM

Forms Authentication with Active Directory in ASP.NET 2.0
The Membership API is new to ASP.NET 2.0. It provides you with a full-fledged infrastructure for managing and authenticating users of your applications. ASP.NET 2.0 shipped two Membership providers, SQL Server and Active Directory. While plenty of articles and blog posts have been published on how to use the SQL Server Membership provider, very few have been done for the Active Directory Membership provider. I was recently leading an enterprise web site project that required the Active Directory ......

Posted On Sunday, May 18, 2008 12:59 AM

A quick walk-through of CLR Integration with SQL Server
This blog post is inspired by a project I've been working on recently. One of the project requirements is writing all the stored procedures and user-defined functions in CLR integration. Although I don't intent to give you the overview of CLR integration in this article, it's not a bad idea to go over the benefits you get from using CLR integration. Stored procedures and user-defined functions/types/aggregates authored in managed code compiles into native code prior to execution, and you can achieve ......

Posted On Saturday, May 3, 2008 6:38 PM

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