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Old October 6th, 2010, 08:11 AM
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Hello Imar,
My question is regarding stored procedure and LINQ.
Your every chapter deals with stored procedure which in turn is based on 3 tier architecture.
But with the advent of asp.net 3.5 we have LINQ at our disposal, which provides quick development of application.
So for the time being now if we drop the 3 tier architecture and stored procedure as well (which is considered to be secure) and adopt the LINQ to build application then would it effect the security of application?
 
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No, I don't think so. Why would if affect security? L2S applications can be just as secure or insecure as apps that use stored procedures.

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