available conversion tools

Are there any conversion tools that will convert a .net client server app to a .net web app?  We developped an application and would like to take it to the next level.  
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Sachintana DissanayakeSenior Web DeveloperCommented:
Here are some good thoughts that already discussions at EE.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/Visual_Basic.NET/Q_21490090.html
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xiaoxia2Author Commented:
Thank you for your prompt response. I had already read this article and it gives a couple of great articles on other sites to look at about the N-tier architecture.  I am looking for a set of tools that can be used to take an existing app written in the latest version of visual studio using C#  that was written in a cllient server manner and see if I can use to translate the code into a web based interface instead of a client interface.  I also want to use an application server to do any processing currently the system is written so the client does the processing.  We are getting different performance from the varying equipment.
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Sachintana DissanayakeSenior Web DeveloperCommented:
So do you have the application with n-tiers?
Please explain a little bit about your existing windows application.

Jacada Fusion is a legacy application integrator and it enabling SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) for you to consume from you newly build web application.
http://www.jacada.com
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xiaoxia2Author Commented:
Again thank you
The application is written in c# and has business, application and data layers, we are using SQL 2005 enterprise as the data base which we converted from Sybase to SQL.  A large part of the issue we want to resolve is the differences we get in performance from different workstations using the client side software.  The way we developped the program was to the client specs but we see potential in making it a web based interface where all of the processing is performed on an application server and the clients only receive a URL hopefully eliminating most of the performance differences.  It would also be a lot easier to manage and maintain.
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Sachintana DissanayakeSenior Web DeveloperCommented:
To get the maximum performance of the .NET components, the choice is to host the service components (business, application and data access layer assemblies) in windows service components. So those server components can be access by client computes or web front-end layer. You can set polling, recycling and many thing as an application server in J2EE.
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