Accessing SQL Server programmatically with SQL Server Management Objects (SMO)


Accessing SQL Server programmatically with SQL Server Management Objects (SMO)


SQL Server 2005 and 2008 provide SQL Server Management Objects (SMO), a collection of namespaces which in turn contain different classes, interfaces, delegates and enumerations, to programmatically work with and manage a SQL Server instance. SMO extends and supersedes SQL Server Distributed Management Objects (SQL-DMO) which was used for SQL Server 2000. In this article, I discuss how you can get started with SMO and how you can programmatically manage a SQL Server instance with your choice of programming language. Click here for more details.... 


 

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