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The client contacts a different server (perhaps on a different computer) for each service. A client application is not restricted to accessing a single server for a given service.
Driving Forces Behind Client/Server Computing 31 (i) Information System Infrastructure Self-study The objective is to determine the actual state of the available computer resources. The self-study will generate atleast the following. • A software and hardware inventory. • A detailed and descriptive list of critical applications. • A detailed human resource (personal and skills) inventory. • A detailed list of problems and opportunities. (ii) Client/Server Infrastructure Definition The output of Phase One, combined with the company’s computer infrastructure goal, is the input for the design of the basic Client/Server infrastructure blueprint.
Support for multiple platforms (OS, Hardware, and GUIs). ♦ Support for middle ware protocols (ODBC, IDAPI, APPC, and so on). ♦ Multiple network protocol support (TCP/IP, IXP/SPX, NetBIOS, and so on). There is no single best choice for any application development tool. For one thing, not all tools will support all the GUI’s, operating system, middleware, and databases. Managers must choose a tool that fits the application development requirements and that matches the available human resources, as well as the hardware infrastructure.