Re: "Business Logic / Rules should never be in the database or stored procedures"

From: Gerard H. Pille <>
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2009 22:14:46 +0100
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Tim X wrote:
> Some good points and reminds me of something else I forgot to mention.
> something I've often seen in applications that have the business rules
> in the applicaiton layer and none in the database (i.e. basic CRUD) is
> much much larger data retrievals/transfers. These systems tend to do
> little filtering of the data at the db level. instead, they retrieve
> large chunks of data and then filter it at the app level and then curse
> Oracle for being inefficient! It stuns me that people think something
> like Java sorting and filtering out data will be more efficient than
> doing it at the SQL level.
> Tim

Precious few people care about this. Received on Mon Dec 14 2009 - 15:14:46 CST

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