Distributed Architecture

  • 12 years ago

    hi all 

    I have been a keen student of microsoft and i use tools from Microsoft (.NET Framework) in developing my applications.
    In building distributed enterprise applications, i normally have my project separated into several layers. The main layers are the Presentation (UI) layer, Business Logic Layer and the Data Access Layer. However recently i have had people talking about CSLA.NET framework from one Rockford Lhotka.
    The impression they are trying to give me is that, using the CSLA.NET is the best approach when designing .NET applications (either in VB.NET or C#).
     Can any one please let me know if indeed this assertion is true and let me know what the pros and cons of these 2 approaches are.
    Thank you.


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