Re: Business-logic in 3-tier architecture
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 11:31:14 -0000
Came across this link, where Microsoft discuss where to but business logic...
"Arthur Yeo" <ayeo_at_acm.org> wrote in message
> Theoretically, everyone knows that business logic is supposed to be in the
> middle-tier according to the 3-tier architecture. This seems to be
> counter-intuitive to Active Database concepts such as putting business
> in triggers with help from store procedures in the DBMS (which are all in
> the 3rd-tier of the 3-tier architecture.)
> Question: do you guys know of any guidelines (or may be even stds)
> to decide when certain business logic is better put in the backend (DB
> triggers/stored procedures)?
Received on Tue Oct 29 2002 - 12:31:14 CET