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Old January 9th, 2007, 09:31 AM
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hi all

i am new to asp.net 2.0

can anyone please tel me how can i design a 3 tier application
i want to make use of enterprise library also

do we need to create 3 separate projects under a solution, or we can put the three layers in 3 folders under a solution

hope i am not confusing you


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Have a peak at:


The 40 or so tutorials listed here progressively build up a logical 3-tier architecture (i.e., the three tiers are logically seperated out within a single solution). In a real-world solution, you'd typically implement each tier as a seperate class library, enabling a physical 3-tier architecture if desired.

The tutorials implement the business logic layer as a strongly-typed dataset, rather than as a set of custom business objects.



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thanks, a lot

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