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What is 3-tier model?

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What is 3-tier model?..

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The main paradigm for e-commerce and enterprise solutions
is the 3-Tier model, where the first tier is the user
interface, the second is the business logic, and the third
is the database, sometimes called the persistence layer.

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What is 3-tier model?..

Answer / ravikiran(aptech mumbai)

A 3-tier model is the client tier,business tier and the EIS tier

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What is 3-tier model?..

Answer / jyothi

Its a special type of client/server architecture,consisting
of 3 well defined processes,which r running on diff
platforms.they r (1).user interface,(2).application server
(3).Database management systems(DBMS)

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