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Thinking about creating a windows form application that allow users to edit data in SQL Server Tables.  However, I wanted to know if it is possible to build a designer window tool that allows the user to select the tables and columns they want and be able to reorder them and then select a build button that would create the windows.  Completely dynamic.  Something like Visual Studio but less technical.  Just wondering if anyone has any links to projects like this that I can see to get some ideas.
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Well use dll's to reference your classes there, then it comes dynamic and uses threads better and loads faster.

do you know what is a SQL -injection, if you make it writable you should study this and how to filter the query so that no one can not make a search and put sql comment marks and execute sql code at will there, it's a filter system for the querys uses can make so just remove some strings, but the basics of understand this makes your program secure, itäs possible for example to delete whole table using this attack
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