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I'm a Solution Architect with a "lot" (aka blood on the floor) of years developing custom applications for businesses of all sizes. I place more emphasis on understanding business requirements than implementing "cool" technology. I often ask the question, "That's a nice solution, but what is the business problem?". You would be surprised how often the client has trouble answering the question. I like to think out of the box, but only after I understand the business requirements, and key indictors of success.


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comment What has been your experience with SQL CLR for complex business logic?
psr - this logic is part of the application flow, users edit data, I push it through business logic, and send it back. In some cases, I can easily update 2000+ records base on one smal change. I've been doing some reading, so I think I'll alter my question, as I feel the SQL CLR is the right place for this logic, but looking for best practises to move it in and out of the SQL CLR. Thanks for the input!
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comment What has been your experience with SQL CLR for complex business logic?
I have seen lots of procedural logic in SQL procedures, mainly when it comes to looping. However, there is a vast difference between procedural and set-base logic. To say that your can convert one to another in almost all cases seems far fetched to me.
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