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What is the best method to write data from a Web form into a table or database?
Currently I'm thinking of using stored procedure to write into and read from a table specially since there will be no way of SQL injection.

Is this a right approach? or there are better practical idea?

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Stored procedure is the best practice as it allows for better maintenance and protects from sql injection attacks.
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Like Jacko said,  you cannot go wrong with Stored Procedure for it's effiency and security.

If you are familiar with Linq, it can also be a valid option.
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