A detailed look at DB2 Stinger .NET CLR Routines

Learn when and how to implement a .NET CLR routine

From the developerWorks archives

Gwyneth Evans

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: June 18, 2004

This article is ideal for DB2® UDB™ users new to either DB2 external routines or programming DB2 database application logic in a .NET common language runtime (CLR) programming language. You will learn what a .NET CLR routine is, what is required to create one, how to create them, and when implementing one is a good choice. In addition the author includes tips regarding the implementation details that will get you up and developing .NET CLR routines quickly and easily.

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