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My old app is big and written in Delphi and SQL Server 2005 now I want to rewrite (webapp)
Why should I use ORM instead of creating SQL queries (complex or nested)?
When I use ORM in web application ?
And a general question "mvc or webforms"?
 
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Posted 15-Dec-12 23:09pm
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MVC, for sure. It's amazing. So much better than web forms. As for the rest, I would use Entity Framework, just because it's pretty standard, and it works well. I guess the alternative question is, do you have a ton of stored procs written ? If so, writing a data layer for those procs might be quicker, esp if you are learning MVC, it might be good for the data layer to basically write itself.
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