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Is SQL Server 2 tier architecture or 3 tier architecture


Is SQL Server 2 tier architecture or 3 tier architecture

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Raghavender
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Hi Team,

Can anybody please let me know Is SQL Server 2 tier architecture or 3 tier architecture ?

Thanks and Regards!!

Raghavender Chavva
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I would call it just 1 tier application which consists of multiple tiers. Cool
This question about SQL Server is a bit irrelevant.

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Can be both and/or can be used in N-tier architecture....

If your client app is accessing SQL Server directly, it can be considered as 2-tier app.
If your client app is accessing middle-tier such as MTS/COM+ and those middle tier components access SQL Server, it can be 3 tier.
If you use web browser to access your you web server that in turns accesses SQL Server, it will be 3 tier architecture...
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