Second-generation Client/server Computing

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 421 pages
From bestselling author Dewire comes this sequel to the highly successful "Client/Server Computing" examining how client/server technology has changed since its inception four years ago, why some strategies have failed while others have proven more adaptable, the tools that have worked, and those that haven't. Brimming with advice of what and what not to do, this book will be a must for IS managers, designers, and implementors.

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Contents

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ClientServer Components I I
3
The Network
84
Server and Network Operating Systems
117
Data
139
Mlddleware
165
ClientServer Approach
187
TwoTier and Muititler Environments
221
ClientServer Application Development
299
Application Development Tools
321
What to Expect in the Year 2000
337
Future Trends in Software
353
ClientServer and intranets
371
Giossary
389
Suggested Readings
407
107
413

Managing the Data
237
Managing the ClientServer Environment
255
Operating in the ClientServer Environment
275
108
419
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