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when to use n tier architecture over 3 tier architecture?
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http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/662107/Understand-3-Tier-Architecture-in-Csharp
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Solution 1

basically n tier define how many layer are there in you application
 
for eg
 
if you say 3 tier then DataAccess,Business Logic and Presentation layer
if you say 2 tier then there must be DataAccess And Presentation layer is there
 
for more information refer
 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/455555/difference-between-three-tier-vs-n-tier[^]
 
a very good example is from MS is
 
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms973829.aspx[^]
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Hi
You can find a good description in the following url. This may help you to make a decision.
 
Stop Hacking, Start Mapping: Object Relational Mapping 101 [^]
 

Regards
Dominic
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Solution 3

Please go through the article N-Tier Architecture and Tips[^] to know in details.
And
Difference between three tier vs. n-tier[^] will help you to find different types of answers.
 
They will help for sure.
Thanks...
 
Happy Coding... Smile | :)

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