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what files in what directoris will I need to make a web app with v

I cannot find my thread now. But some answering my questions (Newbee)about
the elements needed for web app. they said they use
database - Data Layer - Business layer - Presentation Layer

I was hoping to not be too much of a pain and help me through the tunnel of
lessening darkness to examples of these layers.
My web app needs for arcade machine vendors to count machines and use the
web app and also a windows form to calculate total coins per machine , do
some calacs, print sales report and save location sales record to sql server
2000. Currently the are using a vb6 app I wrote that works just dandily but
now they want web based and local windows based app to do this.

Database layer- In my case I guess this is sql server 2000 itself??

Data layer - is this the actual tables and data, dataset

business layer - business logic such as totalling the machine and figuring
taxes and gross. -
this logic would be written in vb.net (vb my language strenght)and reside in
IIS home/bin directory? as a compiled executable??????
Adam S

Adam S
Jul 21 '05 #1
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