The Database Neighbours From Hell

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 09 Apr 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In the Windows environment, there seems little safer for application design than a rather staid single-tiered architecture making ODBC/JDBC calls to the RDBMS. I can say this with years of experience in developing applications ranging from the dull but worthy, to the esoteric. However there is an interesting long-term cost to taking the easy route […]...

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