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i need regEx in SQL 2005... ASAP!!!!!

Posted on 2007-03-22
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is there ea prebuilt and tested regEx assembly for purchase or download for SQL 2005?

i need to replace a old 3rd party object that is crashing my production SQL servers. replacing the object with a managed assembly should set things straight. any ideas?

i need to get regEx capabilities into a few stored procs ASAP !!!
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nooooo...

the nightmare i have is all due to "sp_OACreate" this proc is evil. it alows for you to create com objects in memory and never destroys them.  these objects cause MS SQL server to crash over time cause it is basicaly a memory leak.
...  in sql2005. in sql200 al seemed to wok well. never had problems untill the upgrade
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sp_oACreate is the root of all that is evil. I have had problems in SQL 7 and SQL 2000. Move to managed assemblies.

I am using SQL CLR on SQL 2005 64-bit SP2 (SP1 had a memory issue) and Windows 2003 x64 SP2. No issues.
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