is article focuses on how the
“Entity Framework generates commands and then introduce features that let you
limit its access to your database by allowing it to work only with views and
stored procedures. And you can do this without impacting application code or
alienating the developers on your team.”
Q: The author of the article “shows
database administrators how to limit access to databases from the Entity
Framework by allowing it to work only with views
and stored procedures instead of tables—without impacting application code or
alienating developers.” Do you agree or disagree with the author’s position?
If so, state your position and then defend your position.