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SQL Server 2005 offers a number of new features over its predecessor, including many features aimed at making working with databases more like writing .NET application code. For example, in SQL Server 2005, stored procedures, triggers, UDFs, and so on can be written using any .NET Framework programming language (such as Visual Basic or C#). Another feature, and the focus of this article, is SQL Server 2005's support for TRY...CATCH blocks.

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Posted on Friday, April 21, 2006 11:57 AM SQL Server | Back to top

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