In ASP.NET 2.0, I found Scott Mitchell's series on the 3-Tier Architecture supremely helpful for organizing reasonably complex web applications: http://www.asp.net/learn/data-access/tutorial-01-cs.aspx
I'm wondering how to incorporate ASP.NET 3.5 technology (namely, LINQ), into this same presentation / business logic / data access model for application development.
For developers that wanted to forgo sprocs altogether, would the:
- O/R Mapper be used to create the data access layer?
- Class files for LINQ to create the business logic layer (though this really seems like data access)?
Thanks for any insights!
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