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comment Modern practices for stored procedure-based applications
@GlenH7, maybe I've put too much justification for my main question ("What are the most modern best practices for creating an productive data access layer based on stored procedures?"). I think the duplicate sugestion may be too broad for the answer I need.
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comment Modern practices for stored procedure-based applications
The Service Layer is a very interesting idea. What would be the ideal way to create a service-oriented architecture for internal use by all the applications in a Microsoft or Micorsoft-compatible way? WCF?
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comment How much business logic should the database implement?
@RobertHarvey, I readed "overpriced key/value store" literally. Paing an Oracle or SQL Server license for something like that, when there are options like MongoDB available for free, seems like wasting money.
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comment How much business logic should the database implement?
Thank you for your great answer, @Robert Harvey. But I was thinking about the "vendor lock-in" argument: insn't using a particular technology (say, the .NET or Java stack) to build an application also a vendor lock-in? Or are there advantages of an app-oriented stack vendor lock-in versus a DB one?
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comment Questions over Excel programming
@S.Lott: Seems like you were the only one who couldn't understand the question. I don't want to know ONLY if it is Turing Complete, or what the SUM formula does. Still, there are clever and collaborative people who DID understand the question and, fortunately, you are not the ultimate and only source of knowledge about Excel. If you think the question is bad formulated (I bet it don't), you could just pacifically ask for clarification in a comment. If you think the question is not worth answering, then just don't answer it. Your unecessary aggressiveness is just sad.