If you're developing procedural code, UDTs, or UDAggs in SQLCLR for SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005 has these nice auto-deploy projects called SQL Server projects that you can use. Comes with templates for each SQL Server 2005 item you can develop, just choose a SQL Server and database at project creation and hit “Deploy” menu entry when you're ready. F5 debugging is even built in to them. VERY cool.
But…there are some folks that don't want any help. Or have an existing class library they want to try. Or want to start from first principals and show others how to install a .NET assembly “by hand”. In Visual Studio Alpha/SQL Server 2005 Beta1 you could do this with a default class library project. In VS Beta1, you can't because there are mutable statics in the class library project “by default”. You have to install it as UNSAFE. Or….
1. Create a new class library project.
2. Click "show all files".
3. Look under Properties (C# project) or MyProject (VB.NET project)
4. Delete Resources.resx and Settings.settings. If you are working in VB.NET project you do NOT have to delete MyApplication.myapp.
5. You're good to go. Just code it up and manually deploy as SAFE (the default).