In the example application I use Windows Presentation
Foundation (WPF) to create a stored procedure generator, one that has the
ability to create a select, update, delete, and insert procedure. There are
some variants that would be important to have, as well as the ability to
generate dynamic templates, but in this version of the code, I did not do that.
In addition, it would have been nice to use a builder
approach, but for the first go around I decided to build the SQL directly in
the code-behind file. It was easier to see what the needs of the application
were, and made the code more easily understandable.