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Old January 27th, 2004, 12:02 PM
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hi,

    i need some clarification about the Application Architecture,if i developed a Application in .Net(C# or VB) with out seperating business logic from the it (no Componets).Then the application is 2 tire or 3 tire or n tire.


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Tiers are seen as how much your data has to go through to reach the database

If its front end and business login then its 2 tier
if its Front end , business logic and database component and then database then its 3 tier

It all depends how you want to communicate to database. sonetime you are using n components to finanly interact with the database that is n tier application.

Please note there are adavantages and disadvantages of both and either may be used as per the project requirments

Hope it helps
Manuj






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