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How can i create  a extended stored procedure using C# or VC++

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 I created one stored procedure in MS SQL 2000 server. Is there any possible to convert c# or VC++ coding for the purpose of extended stored procedure creation.


Kindly give me a sample idya
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You cannot use C# to create Extended Stored Procedures.  What you can do is create a wrapper function to call a managed code class.
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It is ok , but partially
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