I am starting a new project and it will be my first time using LINQ. I know that regular stored procedure in SQL Server is very fast. I am thinking of using LINQtoSQL and I know it offer protection against SQL injection. Here is my question.
Would LINQtoStoredProcedure offer the same project against SQL injection? Is it faster than LINQtoSQL? If LINQtoStoredProcedure preferrred? and why?
I don't want to make a mistake and later realized that I made the wrong choice. If any experts here can offer any experienced advise, it is great apprecited by this newbie.
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