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Hi all,

Can anybody provide me with a link to a sample 3-tier web application written in ASP.Net 2.0?  Specifically I would like to see how the communication happens between the 3 servers - web server, application server and database server - especially when there are multiple servers in each layer.

Thanks in advance,

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