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Old 11-29-2005, 02:03 PM   #1
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I have a general .net question. Is it better to use bound forms or should you use a 3 tier style???? I have always used a 3 tier style but have recently discovered how easy it is to use bound data in .net 2005. I would like to know the benifits of each in detail. I would imagine using bound forms for little applications as being acceptable. Please correct me if im wrong.

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if you're using .net 2.0, then you can use the object datasource and keep your nTier style. I personally prefer a busniess object as well.
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