9 edition of Client/server computing for dummies found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Doug Lowe ; revised by David Helda.|
|Contributions||Helda, David J.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.C55 L69 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||99060182|
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"Client/server" are buzzwords that are much bandied about but that remain a fuzzy concept in many computer users' minds. In Client/Server Computing for Dummies, Doug Lowe does a decent job of explaining some implementations and applications of client/server networking and how they can make information-centric systems more efficient.
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The #1 Client/Server book, now completely updated and expanded. It's savvy, informative, and entertaining as anything you are likely to read on the subject. Client/server isn't one technology but many- remote SQL, TP, message-oriented groupware, distributed objects, and so on. The network computer that contains the hard drives, printers, and other resources that are shared with other network computers is called a server.
This term comes up repeatedly, so you have to remember it. Write it on the back of your left hand. Any computer that’s not a server is called a client. You have [ ]. The Oracle 12c database doesn’t simply exist in isolation; it acts as part of a computer system.
Before installing the Oracle software and configuring your database, you need to know how your database fits into the overall system architecture. Some systems are more complex than others, but most fall into the following basic categories: Client-server [ ].
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My efforts on the course also kindled a desire to write a book demonstrating the benefits of client-server computing. 4. 1. Introduction of client/server based computing Several years ago, most organizations had mainframe – based computing, in which mainframe computers were connected to the dumb terminals.Client/Server Analogy.
Restaurant service is an analogy to help explain client/server computing. The customer (client) makes a series of requests for a specific set of services that may include an appetizer, beverage, main course and a dessert. These requests are .