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Designers Corner

As you already saw in Chapter 40, there can be many components used to create an overall site. Your particular site may require connectivity to databases or other servers to complete a task. It's obvious that you should optimize your site so that work for the site is performed by the right components. For example, that the database-specific commands are controlled by the database management system, validation and business logic is performed on the Web server, and whatever requires the most interactivity with the client is placed on the visitor's browser.

Just as you separate components to execute in their most optimal environments, you should also consider creating reusable Microsoft DCOM (Distributed Component Object Model) objects. By creating DCOM objects that are used on the server, you can gain many benefits such as application reusability, enhanced security, and increased stability. By building DCOM objects that control more of the business logic for your site, you can make use of other technologies to increase the robustness of your site.


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