HingPartBlue_ped - XML bonitored by Administrator theto the server.the request server returns theHttp Database and place Services Infrastructure

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Users Login to the web page and place the request Customer Database Order Database Book Database Web Server Admin Client Picker Carrier XML Http server returns the data contents to the server. eb server response to the users’ request Monitored by Administrator XML Web Services Infrastructure XML Web services must be agnostic regarding the choice of operating system, object model, and programming language. Moreover, the services also contain three parts which are Loosely Coupled, Ubiquitous Communication and Universal Data Format. The four main uses of XML Web services Networking Architecture Three-Tier Client-Server Architecture It is an evolution of two-tier architecture. Three logical tiers include 1. the user interface tier ,2. the business logic tier, and 3. the database access tier. The additional tier allows additional processing to occur before responding to the client’s request. The Book order systems would be using Three-tier Client-Server Architecture. This can help all the users use the systems easily , and also can increase the security due to different party would show different information and they would not read the others by their own interface which is authorized by the administrator. ASP.NET architecture
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course IMSE IMSE2016 taught by Professor Professorguang during the Spring '10 term at 東京国際大学.

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