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application server

A server which runs programs that process and display data exchanged with client machines.
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Online processing mainly encompasses the cluster database server, Web application server, middleware server, and Web database server.
Web Application Server. The web application server deals with requests from the other terminals on the network by interpreting requests into requests on GIS data, traffic flow data, and calculation, sending the requests to the other three servers accordingly, and providing user web information based on the information returned from the other servers.
TrustLeap's free Web Application Server is faster than all others, allowing people to use up to Million Times less servers to do the same job:
The product, which is now in pilot phase, is built on the SAP Web Application Server, and incorporates several other SAP modules.
An IVR system attempting to replicate this functionality would typically not be able to use the Web application server, and therefore nor be able to leverage the code that was written to support the HTML system.
EAServer is a highly scalable, secure and robust Web application server for e-Portal and Internet business solutions.
Despite some ideological bias against "client-server" approaches, 2000 saw Citrix enter the Web application server market with nFuse, its own "portal" platform.
Suppose, for example, that the Web Application server is not responding fast enough to all of the customers visiting a company's website.
IBM has integrated its transactional server technologies into its WebSphere range of web application server environments.
"Every proprietary Web application and Web application server is being labeled a portal," he said "We'll never sell the most Web applications, but we're certainly leading the marketplace for customers that have heterogeneous systems and want to build custom Web-based applications from them quickly and cost effectively."
Designed to enable companies to rapidly build and integrate web/EJB applications, both new versions - COOL:Gen 6.0 eBusiness Edition and COOL:Joe 2.0 for Enterprise Java - now offer deployment options for web application servers such as WebSphere, WebLogic or any J2EE-compliant web application server.
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