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Client/server development tools allow the direct integration of spreadsheet functionality into the desktop client. The importance of spreadsheet functionality must be taken into account when architecting replacements for client/server applications. In most cases, if the user is expecting spreadsheet capabilities in an application, it will have to be in any replacement. In regard to client/server applications, the Canaxia architecture team was in the same position as most architects of large corporations in the following ways: • Canaxia had a large number of client/server applications to be supported.
Typically, UDP is used for small data packets and TCP for large data streams. Other Protocols ATM is a high-speed network technology like Ethernet. All data streamed over ATM are broken down into 53-byte cells. The constant size of the cells simplifies switching issues and can provide higher transmission capabilities than 10 or even 100 Mbs Ethernet. TCP/IP establishes a connection between sender and recipient machines, but it doesn't establish a circuit, a fixed set of machines through which all the traffic will go for the duration of the session.
Under the covers, all applications that use TCP/IP use the sockets protocol. Sockets can be thought of as the endpoints of the data pipe that connects applications. 1, see Figure 1-2. Figure 1-2. TCP stack. The transmission protocol is the actual mechanism of data delivery between applications. TCP is the most widely used of the transmission protocols in the TCP/IP suite. It can be described as follows: 35 36 • TCP is a packet-oriented protocol. That means that the data are split into packets, a header is attached to the packet, and it is sent off.