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C++ API implementation of SQL SMO

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Is there a C++ implementation available for exposing objects in the Microsoft SQL Server Management Objects (SMO) dynamic link library SQLSMO.DLL?  As far as I can tell, SQLDMO cannot be used to manage instances of SQL Server 2005 and has been superceded by SQLSMO.  Thank you.
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It seems that there is nothing out there so far, see http://www.ftponline.com/vsm/2004_en/magazine/features/rjennings/page3.aspx ("Get Ready for SQL Server 2005"): "You program SMO and DMO operations with VS 2005 by adding .NET references to assemblies. COM wrappers support unmanaged VB, C++, and VBScript SMO programming."
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After some tweaks and turning on disabled options in SQL Server 2005 it so happens that SQLDMO does still function sufficiently to do what I need it to do.  Your response on SMO is what I expected though, I just don't have the time to build COM+ wrappers for those objects at this time.
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