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kundan varma
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Hi All,
I am not clear about centralized vs decentralized architectures. HTML,JSP connecting to beans which in turn getting data from database design is a part of which architecture. Please suggest.
What are these different architectures and its benefits.
Thanks,
kundan


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kundan varma
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Any suggessions???
Jignesh Patel
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I am not clear about centralized vs decentralized architectures.

http://www.clomedia.com/content/templates/clo_feature.asp?articleid=128&zoneid=30

HTML,JSP connecting to beans which in turn getting data from database design is a part of which architecture.


Its model 1 Architecture.
Model 2 architecture always needs 1 controller in between.
kundan varma
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Thanks Jignesh, yes your url was informative. As far as model one/two question is considered...well i forgot to mention controller as i will be using springMVC framework.
Thank again,
kundan
 
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