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N-TIER CLIENT-SERVER ARCHITECTURE OF CHOICE FOR 54%

3 (N) Tier Client Server Architectures and the World Wide Web

3- and n-Tier Architectures

Active X Data Objects and the N-Tier Model

An Approach to N-Tier Development

An n-tier Architecture

Architectural Requirements

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Battle for the middle ground - Technology @ ireland.com

Buddha as Software Developer or Zen COM and the Beauty of Three-Tier Architectures

Build Reliable and Scalable N-tier Applications that Run on Both Windows NT and Unix --MSJ December 1998

Building N-Tier Solutions with Oracle8i on Windows NT

CANADIAN COMPUTER WHOLESALER MARCH ISSUE

Client Server Concepts

Computer Associates Information Management N-Tier Applications Solutions

CSS - N-Tier Data Architecture Overview

D3 NT95 - Network n-tier ClientServer Object Oriented

Designing an n-Tier Application Using Visual Basic

Distributed Computing Overview

Distributed Corporate Architectures

Engica Powers Forward With n-Tier

Finding the Middle Ground - The Basics of N-Tier Architecture

Focus on Distributed Component Technology

FoxPro N-Tier

From Architecture to Reality

Infotectonics Information Architecture and Design

Intraware Mercury Interactive White Paper Testing N-Tier Java Applications

Intraware NetInsights Alert Zero-cost Deployment

Java Development Newsletters for N-Tier Enterprise Applications from THOUGHT Inc.

Manhattan Distributed N-Tier product

META Group -- N-Tier Advantages It's the APIs Stupid.(OCSS 755)

Middletier.com is dedicated to helping enterprise

Migrating client-server and legacy systems to the Web - KeyLogic Systems Inc White Paper

Molloy Group Knowledge Solutions for CRM Architecture

Moving to N-tier RAD - DBMS - Application Architect

Multi dimensional layering of business object component systems - Reenskaug OOPSLA'99 Business Object Component Workshop

Multi-Tier Applications Trend Helps Web Servers IW May 18 1998

N-TIER - A Background

N-Tier - Building Middle Tier Objects in Visual Foxpro

N-Tier Architecture Distributed Objects .. The Kitchen Sink ..

N-TIER CLIENT-SERVER ARCHITECTURE OF CHOICE FOR 54%

N-Tier Development Model

N-Tier vs. 2-Tier

NCompass System Inc.- N-Tier

NEW ARCHITECTURES EMERGE

NexPrise Products ipTeam Architecture

PeerLogic Scalable Solutions for Distributed Computing

Phoenix N-tier ClientServer Solutions

Self-Organising Systems FAQ Chris Lucas - Mountain Man's News Archive

Sybase's Adaptive Component Architecture

System Architect 2001 an Enterprise Modeling Tool.

The distinction between distributed computing and client-server is essential (InfoWorld)

The distinction between distributed computing and clientserver is essential (InfoWorld)

Thin-Client Computers Come of Age Page 2 May 3 1999

Two and Three and n-Tiered Architecture

W3C Architecture Domain

WCI Multi-tier Archiectures

Web Architecture Extensible languages

Web based development using n-tier technologies

WebBroker Distributed Object Communication on the Web

While users wait and wait IS pushes thin clients -- or are they fat networks (InfoWorld)

ZEOLogix - N-Tiered Architecture

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