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Explain an eBusiness Infrastructure: Front end, Middleware, Backend. What is Front End? What is Middleware? What is Back end?What is Back end? Provide an example for each, Describe what they are used for and why it is important to understand an eBusiness infrastructure

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Front End:

The front end is the client or user interface, such as a graphical screen or a Web site. Front end is what the user sees and interacts with for online architectures.
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The front end consists of the applications that interact directly with the customer. It is The client part of a client/server application that requests services across a network from a server, or back end. It typically provides an interactive interface to the user, for example, a data entry front end, allowing data to be entered into a server through the use of SQL.

source: www.nettedautomation.com/glossary_menue/glossary_f.html

Middleware is a general term for any programming that serves to "glue together" or mediate between two separate and often already existing ...

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Explain an eBusiness Infrastructure: Front end, Middleware, Backend. What is Front End? What is Middleware?

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