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Posted 22 Oct 2003

Using a generic data abstraction layer for database access in .NET

, 22 Oct 2003
The proposed solution removes the hard coding of SQL statements in the application, therefore maximizing the portability of the program, while minimizing the risk of introducing new bugs.



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Rob van der Veer
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Rob has been a professional web developer since 1998, and is working with C# and ASP.Net since early 2002.

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