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Some database systems allow you to use .NET Assemblies in your Stored Code, or otherwise. These assemblies need to be "registered" with the database, you can do this easily with the Assembly Editor.
The Assembly Editor offers the possibility to create, alter and drop assembly registrations. If you add or drop an assembly registration, the Assemblies node in the Database Navigator tree-view will display the change as well by adding or deleting the assembly registration from the list.
The Microsoft SQL Server Assembly Editor
Besides the assembly itself (a DLL file), you can set other properties as well. The Assembly file edit box allows you to select a file on the local file system.
See also: File and Folder Boxes