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Old July 17th, 2008, 01:16 AM
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Hi Folks,
I have developed an windows(desktop)client/server application using C# 2.0.

Now i have a question like "how many number of clients can connect to the server" (Maximum number of clients per server).

Please consider this as a urgent. Thanks for your help.

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Kishore.

 
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How long is a piece of string?

It very much depends on how you have written your software, what technology you have used for the connection and how many resources are used by each connection.

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Thanks for your quick reply.
Actually these are two application
The server is an application which is installed with database and a shared folder for files.

The client is an application which will connect to server in order to access the database and shared folder.

If this is the case how many client applications can connect to the server application.

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You haven't provided any more information in that second post than you did in the first.

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You have to analyze your operating parameters:

1) What is your network capacity?
2) How many connections will the file server accept for file access?
3) How many connections will the database server accept?

Only you can answer those questions.

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