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As srutzky pointed you to some locations in his answer where some of Microsoft's source code is available and the function you requested isn't listed, I think we can conclude the source code isn't available under any open source license, and it looks like your question was about it being open source, not about being able to see the source code. Given that ...


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A lot of the .NET source code is available, and much of it is Open Source, though under various licenses. Still other code is available, but only for reference purposes and cannot be used in your code. Given that the stated goal is: I would like to increase that limit for a complex existing application that is bound to hit this limit. I don't wish to ...


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We had the same problem (TransactionAbortedException when creating a new TransactionScope using ScopeOption = Required inside a SQLCLR function or strored proc in SQL Server 2012). The problem was caused by .NET Framework 4.6.1. We had to uninstall this framework by uninstalling the KB3102467 and restart the server. Article on uninstalling framework 4.6.1 ...


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SQLCLR is the ability to run .NET code within SQL Server. When people speak of SQLCLR they are usually referring to the ability to write custom .NET code (Stored Procedures, Functions, Triggers, User-Defined Types, and User-Defined Aggregates). In this case, this ability can be turned on and off via the server option of "clr enabled" within sp_configure, ...



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