Enterprise Application Architecture With VB, ASP and MTS
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Enterprise server developers have always had to cope with feeling inferior to their mainframe cousins. Until now. In this book, I will provide you with the means to create an available, scalable, and secure enterprise system. I will show you how to divide your system both logically and physically, so as to distribute the processing and not the data - the ultimate goal of Enterprise Architecture.
I will introduce you to my n-sphere architecture which allows you to efficiently scale your system whilst leaving the data centralized and focused. Using this design, I will then teach you how to construct totally reusable 'Enterprise Caliber Data Objects' that have the ability to track the complete history of their data, allowing for unlimited undo's. Using these Data objects, I will show you how to efficiently construct business objects and applications, and how to deploy them across the enterprise. All the code in this book is available for you to download and study.
What does this book cover?
An important new model for enterprise development
The n-sphere enterprise architecture - focus your processing towards the data store
Enterprise Caliber Data Objects - and their key data handling processes
The power of 4-Dimensional Data objects
Unlimited undo's on your objects using an audit history
MTS, IIS and SQL Server in an enterprise solution
How to build a fault tolerant enterprise system capable of parallel processing
Separate your business rules and reuse your Data objects to construct business objects and components
Deploy your applications to clients over the desktop and web using ASP and DHTML
The Object Factory Utility, which automatically generates Data objects
Important information for enterprise developers and system managers
About the Author
Joseph Moniz has been a Professional Consultant since 1988, and he has specialized in n-Tier Architecture Development using Visual Basic objects paired with Databases - including: Oracle, Informix, Terra Data, SQL Server, through Middle Ware including: NCR's TOP END, Microsoft Transaction Server, and custom servers. In the past 4 years, all but one of Joseph's contracts has included an Internet/Intranet interface in addition to the typical Visual Basic interfaces. Joseph has developed Internet applications using HTML over CGI, IDC, ISAPI, and currently uses DHTML over ASP. In most of Joseph's contracts, his primary role is that of a designer/mentor. Joseph Moniz designs systems, trains individuals, and builds teams.