CLR based stored functions or stored procedures

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Do CLR Based Stored Procedures and Functions help to improve the performance of the queries?

ezkhanAsked:
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
you should keep CLR only when TSql does not offer equivalent features
cyberkiwiCommented:
Normally no, unless the computation is very involved and complex.  It is it all data collection, or even mostly data collection, then the various algorithms in SQL Server with the help of indexes and statistics will be faster.
Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>Do CLR Based Stored Procedures and Functions help to improve the performance of the queries?<<
It depends.

BairumCommented:
As cyberkwiki noted, CLR is very CPU-intensive functions and procedures that feature complex logic.  It should be noted though that using CLR allows you to use the .NET base class libraries which is not available with t-sql.

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