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1.1.1The Vision of the Client/Server Computing
Let us now know what a client is and what is a server?
1.2Characteristics of the Client and the Server
1.3 Merits and Demerits of the Client Server
The Merits of Client/Server Computing
The Demerits of Client/Server Computing
UNIT 2
Client/Server Architecture and Servers
2.1 Types of Server
File Server
2.2ORB
Responsibilities of the ORB
2.3 Client Server Architecture
2.3.1 The knowledge about the Fat Servers and the Fat Clients
1. The Fat Server Model
2. Fat Client Model
2. 3-tier Client/Server Architecture
When can /should you use 3-tier?
Intergalactic Client/Server
Client/Server Building Blocks
Building Blocks in Nutshell
2.4Stored Procedure
2.5 Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
UNIT 3 Client Side Services
3.0 Services
3.0.1Introduction
3.1 Print Services
3.2Remote Services
3.3Utility Services
3.4 Message Services
3.5Network Services
3.6 Application Services
3.7 Database Services
3.8Dynamic Data Exchange
3.9 OLE (Object Linking And Embedding)
3.11 GUI Clients
3.12 Non-GUI Clients
3.13 OOUI (Object Oriented User Interface) Clients
UNIT 4 Server Side Services
4.1 Server Functionality
4.2 Request Processing
4.3 Print Services
4.4. Database Services
4.5 Security Services
4.6 File Services
UNIT 5 Network and Protocol Basics
5.0 Communication Network
5.0.1 Introduction
Introduction to Network Type
5.1 LAN - Local Area Network
5.2 Metropolitan Area Network
5.3 WAN - Wide Area Network
Other Types of Area Networks
5.4 Network structure
5.4.1 Topology
5.4.2 Protocols
5.4.3 Architecture
5.5 OSI Model ( Open Systems Interconnect)
1. Physical Layer
2.Data Link Layer
3.Network Layer
4.Transport Layer
5.Session Layer
6.Presentation Layer
7.Application Layer
TCP/IP's Architecture
5.7 TCP/IP Protocols
1.Internet Protocol
2. Transport Protocols
3.Telnet
4. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
TCP/IP and Internetworks
UNIT 6 CORBA
6.1 Common Request Broker Architecture
6.1.1 OMG (Object Management Group)
The ORB
OMG Reference Model
6.3 CORBA Common Facilities
6.4 CORBA 3.0: Next Generation
6.6 DCOM Objects (Distributed Component Object Model)
3. The Surrogate
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