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ganti hari kumar
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Hello,
Can anyone provide me some education on Thin clients & fat cleints?
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gautham kasinath
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Hi!
Well what I know about the FAT and Thin Clients I will say..Please some body correct me if I am wrong.
IN the beginning there was a server to serve and a client to be served.
Now the client had all the business details in the code so that all the server had to do was throw pages to the same..
Well someting like an asp program.. the Client executes all the db queries and manipulates the business details and asks the Server to throw the resulting page to the client..
Well after the 3 Tier arch came into effect there was a Client, a set of codes that abstracted the business details (Called Business Objects), the Server.
Well though the Business objects were on the Server and had to be executed there there is lesser load on the client coding.. since all you had to do was take care of calling the respective methods on the Server..
Well that way the abstraction could be done effectively.. now to balance the load on the Server itself eveoled the Application Servers those that had a few business details on them.
Now the abstraction on how to seperate business objects in a most generic way was the means for the evolution of the n tier arch.
Well the version where business details were also a part of the client coding is some ting like a fat client
the rest is thin client..
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Gautham kasinath
 
ganti hari kumar
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Thank you mr.Gautam Kasinath.
 
gautham kasinath
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Hi!
Well ne time all right.. But I dunno if I am entirely right please do confirm the same.
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Gautham Kasinath
 
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