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Chapter 17: Client/Server Computing Business Data Communications, 4e
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Business Data Communications, 4e 2 Client-Server Terminology Applications Programming Interface (API) Client Middleware Relational Database Server Structured Query Language (SQL)
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Business Data Communications, 4e 3 Client-Server Environment
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Business Data Communications, 4e 4 Why is Client-Server Different? Emphasis on user-friendly client applications Focus on access to centralized databases Commitment to open and modular applications Networking is fundamental to the organization
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Business Data Communications, 4e 5 Client-Server Pros & Cons Advantages Networked web of computers Inexpensive but powerful array of processors Open systems Grows easily Individual client operating systems Disadvantages Maintenance nightmares Support tools lacking Retraining required
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Business Data Communications, 4e 6 Generic Client/Server Architecture
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Business Data Communications, 4e 7 Database Client/Server Architecture
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Business Data Communications, 4e 8 Classes of Client/Server Architecture
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Business Data Communications, 4e 9 3-Tier Client/Server Architecture
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