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CLR: Assembly Creation Msg 10301 Failure from C# dll

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :

Dear Members,

After spending times here and there on internet to find a solution to my problem I finally decided to post my question as I cannot find a suitable answer to my problem so sorry for the question as I am quite new in the CLR world.

I started a project running fine to enable similarity string calculation functions in SQL Server 2008.
I compiled the dll and all went fine. I used the following code for the assembly creation in SQL 2008;

EXEC sp_dbcmptlevel Solaris_NewDataModel, 90;

FROM '\\myserver\bin\TextFunctions.dll'

CREATE FUNCTION Levenstein(@firstword NVARCHAR(255),@secondword NVARCHAR(255))

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