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Old March 30th, 2005, 05:29 PM
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How can we implement N Tyre Architecture in ASP.NET?Any body give brief expalnation or links.

Old March 30th, 2005, 07:49 PM
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Hi msrnivas

Basically you're seperating your code into different layers (classes): Presentation, Data Store, Web Service, and Bussines logic.

Here's a place to start:
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2 more good links:

"N-Tier Applications and .NET"

"N-Tier Applications and .NET: A Simple Example"

So, do u understand now?
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you are right till now.
but can anyone tell me is there any difference between tier and tyre.
Till now after reading all the post i feel both tier and tyre are same.
harsh pandit

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You may want to take a look here: http://Imar.Spaanjaars.Com/QuickDocId.aspx?ID=416


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I found two clear definitions for "tyre":

- The name of a port city in Lebanon
- The British spelling of the rubber ring that goes around a car's wheel. (i.e. the 'tire')

I personally identify n-tier architecture as being applications that are spread across different physical spaces. Most applications are 2-tier, the applications runs on one system and it connects to a database on another.

I think what most people interpret n-tier to be is what I call n-layer. You can have several logical layers to your application, but in many (and indeed most) cases, the layers are running on the same tier. However, building well designed layers will permit you to move them to different tiers.


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