You can select from three basic types of network configurations when designing an Oracle infrastructure:
Single tier is the simplest type. It has been around for years and is characterized by the use of terminals for serial connections to the Oracle server. The two-tier configuration is also referred to as the client/server architecture, and more recently the n -tier architecture has been introduced. Let's take a look at each of these configuration alternatives.
Single-tier architecture was the standard for many years before the birth of the PC. Applications using single-tier architecture are sometimes referred to as green-screen applications because most ...