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Deploy Project to Multiple Servers

Hello All!!!

I have created an asp.net application that works great. It was developed into seperate dlls, that is the UI is seperate from the Business which is seperate from the Data Layer.  Everything is working fine.

Now, I have been tasked into deploying the project to two servers.  One will hold all the UI components, the second will contain the Business Layer.  I will need to make calls from the web server to the second server to perform our business login and make calls to our data sources.

Has anyone had any experience performing this task, or know how to go about setting this up?

Thank you for any assistance you may be able to give.

caslan
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dfiala13Commented:
You have two choices:
Remoting or Web Services.

Unfortunately you will have to make some changes to your code to implement either.  This is something that is usually decided at design time, so some refactoring will have to occur.

Remoting is probably your best choice in this situation since you are going from a .NET app to a .NET app.

Remoting allows a .NET app to call/use the classes of an other AppDomain, be it on the same server or another one.

here's a good to place to start some reading...

http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframework/using/understanding/networking/remoting/default.aspx
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