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what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

what is client server architecture?

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Simple: in order to have a client-server architecture you need a network. The role of the network is to move data packets between the client and the server. In a client-server architecture the server usually has to manage the network (for example, a domain controller in a Windows environment).



Client/Server architecture is when all the computers i a network function either as a client which uses information or as a server which stores information. When the application is service oriented, it becomes a client/service architecture.


http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_client_server_Architecture"e http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_client_server_Architecture"eClient server architecture refers to a network architecture whereby every computer on the network is either a server or a client.


file sharing architecture (is not client /server architecture) the original pc network were based on file sharing architecture where tbe server downloads files from the shared location to desktop.work if shared usage is low.update conntent is low.data to be transferred is low . as the result of limitation of file sharing architecture ,the client server architecture emerged. it introduce darabase server to replace the file server. using DBMS data base managment system. user required can directly answerd .the client server architecture reduce ndtwork traffic and improve multi-user updating.


Asp.Net is client server architecture.


A centralized architecture refers to a network arrangement where there is one computer, the server, that performs all the tasks. Client server has other computers, called clients, performing other tasks.


Type your answer here.. Client server basically is used for Communication from one system to another.one client can communicate with more then one server at a time. .


In 3 tier architecture, client directly interacts with intermediate server and intermediate server will directly interact with database server.


computer centralization is act like client server architecture. the different between centralization and client server is centralization is distribution network , any one can access the network. for example ATM system. client server architecture is not distribution network , it works inside the organization . for example between two floors communication. simply we can call centralization is work in WAN technology and client server architecture work on LAN technology.


client server system consist of a client and a server. Cilent doesnt have any processing capability where as the server processes the request send by the cliebt A client sends request waits for and receives for server line A passive server waits for requests and process them Then sends the reply In a client server the resources are held only on the server characteristics of server slow waits for requests process them & send the reply characteristics of client active send request



A domain in an environment where a client - server architecture exists. Its a administrative boundary.


Client-Server model is a form of 2 Tier architecture in PHP. With use of database it becomes a 3 Tier architecture


Mainframe systems use dumb terminals, a client/server environment uses intelligent terminals. Cross-platform computing and distributed processing is supported in client/server architecture, but not possible in a mainframe. There can be any numbers of servers and clients in a CSA, while mainframes work on the principle of the central server.


A person standing a workstation sending a document to a file server is an example of the client/server architecture.


concurrent processing deals with N-client single server whereas parallel supports N-client N-server


The server is the central computer who gives instructions to the client computer, to make shure everyone can logon on any computer (client) an has the same documents-folder on every computer, printers are attached to the server to make sure everyone can print to the same central printer, the server tells the client computers who can and who can't install programs, create new users,...


Network architectures are sometimes classified into two broad categories:· client-server architectures,· peer-to-peer architectures.In the client-server architectural model, a system is decomposed into client and server processors or processes. Servers provide computational resources (or services), which clients consume. Typically a server provides services to many clients. It is also common for clients to consume services from multiple services. Stated otherwise, there is generally a 1:M relationship between a server and its clients, and it is sometimes the case that there is a 1:M relationship between a client and the servers that it uses. The client-server architectural model supports the separation of functionality based on the service concept.Client-server architectures are commonly organized into layers referred to as "tiers".Tiered Architectures· Two-tier architectures. The system architecture consists of a data server layer and an application client layer. Data access computation is associated with the data server layer, and the user interface is associated with the client application layer. If most of the application logic is associated with the client application logic, it is sometimes referred to as a "fat client." If it is associated with the data access server, the application client layer is sometimes referred to as a "thin client." · Three-tier architecture. The system architecture consists of data server layer, an application server layer and a client application layer. The application server layer facilitates the separation of application logic from presentation, and promotes distributed processing.· Multi-tier architecture. The system architecture is a superset of a three-tier architecture, and includes additional layers for data and/or application servers.Peer-to-Peer ArchitecturesIn a peer-to-peer architecture model, a system is decomposed into computational nodes that have equivalent capabilities and responsibilities. This division is in contrast to a client-server architectural model, where client and server nodes are divided into server and client roles. An example of a peer-to-peer architecture is a system of intelligent agents that collaborate to collect, filter, and correlate information.Sometimes layered ("tiered") and peer-to-peer architectures are combined, where the nodes in particular layers are in peer-to-peer relationships. For example, a multi-tiered architecture might include an enterprise management layer, consisting of peer nodes for such things as network management, event management, database management, Web sever management, and workload balancing.


Centralized System Architecture:Centralized means the data is in one place.Centralized database - that is have one large computer to which you connect a large number of terminals. Everyone is working directly on the machine that holds the database.Client-server Architecture:Client server just means the clients are in a different place than the data. It simply means the database is considered one unit managed by one DBMS in one location and to which clients connect.Client/Server DB system relies [traditionally] on a single database-server, which passes information to a client machine, where some of the data processing is doneType your answer here...


The Client/server architecture approach introduced replacement of file server by database server. User queries could be answered directly by using a relational database management system. The client/server architecture significantly decreased network traffic by providing a query response rather than total file transfer. It allows multi-user updating through a GUI front end to a shared database. Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs) or standard query language (SQL) statements are typically used to communicate between the client and server. The following are the examples of client/server architectures. 1) Two tier architectures In two tier client/server architectures, the user interface is placed at user's desktop environment and the database management system services are usually in a server that is a more powerful machine that provides services to the many clients. Information processing is split between the user system interface environment and the database management server environment. The database management server supports for stored procedures and triggers. Software vendors provide tools to simplify development of applications for the two tier client/server architecture. 2) Three tier architectures The three tier architecture is introduced to overcome the drawbacks of the two tier architecture. In the three tier architecture, a middleware is used between the user system interface client environment and the database management server environment. These middleware are implemented in a variety of ways such as transaction processing monitors, message servers or application servers. The middleware perform the function of queuing, application execution and database staging. In addition the middleware adds scheduling and prioritization for work in progress. The three tier client/server architecture is used to improve performance for large number of users and also improves flexibility when compared to the two tier approach. The drawback of three tier architectures is that the development environment is more difficult to use than the development of two tier applications. i) Three tier with message server. In this architecture, messages are processed and prioritized asynchronously. Messages have headers that include priority information, address and identification number. The message server links to the relational DBMS and other data sources. Messaging systems are alternative for wireless infrastructures. ii) Three tier with an application server This architecture allows the main body of an application to run on a shared host rather than in the user system interface client environment. The application server shares business logic, computations and a data retrieval engine. In this architecture applications are more scalable and installation costs are less on a single server than maintaining each on a desktop client. Uses Client/server architectures are used in industry as well as in military. They provide a versatile architecture that allows insertion of new technology more readily than earlier software designs.


A File Transfer Protocol works on a client-server architecture and uses separate control and data connections between the server and the client. FTPs are used in businesses and government agencies world-wide.


Pretty much a client server network is known as a client server network.


Four types of Client-Server ModelsClient-server for tiny shops and nomadic tribesClient-server for small shops and departmentsClient-server for intergalactic enterprisesClient-server for post-scarcity world


client server network has a server but peer to peer to network does not have.



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