In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cliente masculineclienta feminine
- Should the client, the application server, or the database management system perform this processing?
- Over the years, Lotus has provided developers with tools for quickly and easily building applications that run across networks of clients and servers.
- The company's killer product could be the GoodInfo system, an application server for delivering the information to a wireless client.
- In Figure 2, the user interactively queries a client application on a PDA that contains a list of stocks in a portfolio.
- Added to this is an optional client / server application that allows a service provider to control it remotely.
- The computers that run the applications - the clients and servers - are at the edge of the network.
- An integrated dynamic firewall limits access to the client / server applications on a per-user basis.
- This could be your web server, a desktop computer running a database client application, or both.
- This indirect access enables the client program to gain access to the data in a database that it would not otherwise be able to access.
- Users and even integrators will disagree with where lines are drawn between PCs, servers, thin clients, and workstations.
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