Describes in detail the much discussed but little understood client-server model--its architecture, components, benefits, and functions--as well as existing products and industry trends and standards. It's filled with practical examples and recommendations and emphasizes open systems and standards.
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ABEND Conditions Advanced Program-to-Program Communications allows APPC application program area networks business logic CICS client/server architecture clients and servers components computing environment connection Control Layer cooperative processing data access data location database management systems DBMS DBMS server DDBMS DECnet defined designed developed Distributed Data Management distributed database distributed DBMS distributed environment distributed transaction processing DRDA end users functions hardware IBM's IEEE implementation interactions interconnected interfaces issues logical unit mainframe multiple Network Architecture node OLTP operating system OSI model performance platforms processor protocols provides RDBMS relational database Remote Data Remote Procedure Calls request requirements RISC session SQL statements standard station Sybase synchronization SYNCPOINT Systems Network Architecture TCP/IP tion token TOP END transaction management transaction program Transarc transparency Tuxedo two-phase commit UNIX updates vendors verbs Workflow workstations X Window System