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n- tier Architecture

Posted By: Ruchi     Posted Date: November 10, 2008    Points:2   Category :Sql Server
Can any one explain what is the diff between 2 tier and 3- tier architecture in applications/database?

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Author: Rahul             
Posted Date: November 11, 2008     Points: 5   

Hi,
In 2- Tier architecture, the server holds both the application and the data. The application resides on the server rather than the client mechine.

In a 3- Tier architecture, the data and applications are split onto seperate servers, with the server-side distributed between a database server and an application server. The client is a front end, simply requesting and displaying data.

Author: Ruchi             
Posted Date: November 11, 2008     Points: 5   

Hi Rahul
Thanks for your reply.
Can you suggest some good reference from where i can get more details regarding my question?

Author: Rahul             
Posted Date: November 11, 2008     Points: 5   

For 3Tier application please refer this article

http://dotnetslackers.com/articles/aspnet/Three-Tier-Architecture-With-ASP-NET.aspx



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