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Hi to all

My senior developer has given me a his project to finish. For his data access he uses NHibernate. He said that its okay for me to use any other method of data access that i am quite comfortable with, which is access the database through stored procedures. My question is are object relational mapping tools better than accessing the database through stored procedures. Or are stored procedures a thing of the past. I need advice on the best way to access data in the database produces the best performance results.

Thanks in advance
Posted 22-Apr-13 22:25pm
AlluvialDeposit 23-Apr-13 5:25am
If you're only concern is performance (and that's really important), then go for stored procedures. If you want to write maintainable code, use object relational mapping tools. It's much easier to maintain code and do business logic in your application rather than doing this in your database. And the performance isn't that much better by using stored procedures.

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