N-Tier Architecture

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  1. Guest

    ***Hi***

    For those who haven't read (or quite understood) the hundreds of other
    articles on multi-tier development, here is a quick reminder.

    http://it-visionist.com/Tutorials/DArch.asp

    ***Enjoy***
     
    , Jul 27, 2007
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    | ***Hi***
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    | For those who haven't read (or quite understood) the hundreds of other
    | articles on multi-tier development, here is a quick reminder.
    | | http://it-visionist.com/Tutorials/DArch.asp

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    David H. Lipman, Jul 27, 2007
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    Malke, Jul 28, 2007
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    N-tier architecture is a client-server architecture in which the filing, processing of the application and data management are logically separate processes. model architecture N-tier applications gives developers create a flexible and reusable. For the decomposition of an application level, developers simply modify or add a specific layer, rather than having to rewrite the entire application more. There should be a presentation layer, business or data access level, and the data layer.
     
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    N-tier application there are three levels or layers - the so-called presentation layer, business layer and data layer. Interaction of each layer and the layer below, and has a particular function. Presentation layer is responsible for displaying a programmer or end user interface. The purpose of this design using the programmer level, to get the data back and forth. In ASP.NET, including ASPX pages, user controls, server controls, and sometimes security related classes and objects.
     
    addieabela, Jan 11, 2011
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