ASP.NET Features vs Real Applications

The most important thing to point out whenever I talk about ASP.NET 2.0 data-driven applications is:

    "With the SqlDataSource and GridView or
  DetailView controls you can
        quickly build up tiny applications that just 
     need to be set up asap.
       This has to do nothing with REAL
  best practice applications!"

Therefore I was pretty happy to read "The Code Spaghetti generation is back" in Pascal Leloup's Blog (Help .NET).

Here is my statement:

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  • The GridView and DetailsView controls can easily be used with the ObjectDataSource, and provide clean abstractions for doing data access.

    I think what you mean is avoid using SqlDataSource (which causes SQL statements to be saved in a .aspx page).  No?

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