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unmanaged c plus plus and SQL 2008

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Is it possible to interact with SQL server with unmanaged c plus plus code?  i.e. can I connect and retrieve data from SQL or is there some demon in there waiting to "byte me" by not using CLR route?  Excuse the pun :)

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Yes you can do that. What do you think Microsoft develops its SQL Server based apps with? :)

Info here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/104ysh69.aspx

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good point
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