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Busines Rules in stored Procedures

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hi

i was wondering how can developers put business rules in stored Procedures if they use Dataset which will work in disconnected environment and its data might not be up to date 100% ?

so business rules should be applied on our DataSet it should not be in stored Procedures although its faster so i was wondering is there something im missing here ?

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I would use a separate dll (business classes that holds the logic)

An interesting article about business rules
N-Tier Architecture: The Business Rules Layer
http://www.exforsys.com/tutorials/application-development/n-tier-architecture-the-business-rules-layer.html
http://www.code-magazine.com/Article.aspx?quickid=0002101
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