Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Bind Parameters for Database Queries by Martin Fowler



Whether you are writing SQL against a relational database, using an object-relational mapping framework, or querying a NoSQL database, you probably need to worry about how input data is used within your queries.

The database is often the most crucial part of any web application since it contains state that can't be easily restored. It can contain crucial and sensitive customer information that must be protected. It is the data that drives the application and runs the business. So you would expect developers to take the most care when interacting with their database, and yet injection into the database tier continues to plague the modern web application even though it's relatively easy to prevent!

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