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By alkesh_itc ·
How three-tier architecture works? Which components are required at middle-tier and the third-tier(enduser side) ?

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by ssferebee In reply to Three-tier Architecture

The middle tier is essentially a gateway between thin end user clients and backend database servers. The middle tier converts protocols, maps between different query types, translates messages. The middle tier also merges or integrates results from different data sources. The client (enduser side) usually contains an application that will interact with servers on the server end. The client also contains the presentation format.

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by ohJani In reply to Three-tier Architecture

if possible, try to get yourself a reference CD from microsoft "Mastering" series. i found that the Mastering Distributed Application CD gives a fantastic tutorial in 3 Tier (or n Tier) architecture.

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