Decoupling the Database

Database refactoring is a difficult proposition at the best of times, but is rendered more or less impossible if the database is close-coupled to the application's other components. In a guest editorial, Mladen Prajdic stresses the importance of a native SQL Server abstraction layer.

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2010-11-22

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