Video: Using Named Parameters in The Enterprise Library Data Access BlockBy Paul Ballard
Whether you’re executing parameterized queries or stored procedures, to avoid potential problems with SQL Injection hacks you always want to use named parameters with your database access. In this video excerpt from John Sonmez’ new course Data Access Application Block, you’ll see how easy it is to setup and use named parameters with your queries. In the full course John covers other topics such as transaction and connections, object results, and XML results.
John has spent many years working as a consultant for many different projects and has deep ties to the agile community who along with developing in C#/.NET has also begun to focus on mobile applications in Android and iOS.
If you’d like to learn how to make use of the popular Enterprise Library Data Access Block, this course will get you started.
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