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When confronted with the need to design a database application, several architectures are available:

  • Stand-alone where the database and the manipulation program exist on the same computer.
  • Shared Tables  where several computers share a single set of data tables.
  • Client-Server similar to the shared table architecture, but where a separate database server program supplies the shared data to the users’ computers.
  • Distributed where multiple client computers and multiple servers exist in remote locations.
  • Web-client where the database program logic is held on a central server and the user’s computers see only dynamic web pages which display the database contents.
  • Discussion general information about choosing software and building an application.

The Question:

Which architecture should be chosen for a given business system? and which software should be used to implement it?

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Several database architectures are discussed

This section is  also associated with a discussion on the methodology used by Bent Tree Systems in designing and implementing a software project.

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