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terminal services

3 posts in Internet Server Last posting was on 2006-03-14 17:34:34.0Z
walter abadi Posted on 2006-03-05 01:17:26.0Z
From: "walter abadi" <wabadi@cwpanama.net>
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Subject: terminal services
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I run application in main office fine. We do have a remote location woith
some 20 users. We use Microsoft Terminal Services to run the application
from the remote location client computers. I understand that the AIS will be
able to basically do the same thing. I would like some comments regarding
performance, and if printing is an issue complex.
tnx
walter
panama


Alex Wong (ADS) Posted on 2006-03-13 23:57:21.0Z
From: "Alex Wong \(ADS\)" <alexw@extendsys.com>
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Subject: Re: terminal services
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We have not done any testing comparing the performance between the two.
However, I suspect that the terminal server approach will perform better in
most cases. The reason being that terminal server only needs to send screen
update command to the client. With AIS, the actual database data or SQL
commands must be sent between the client and the server. There is much less
data to update the screen in general.

Alex Wong
Advantage R&D

"walter abadi" <wabadi@cwpanama.net> wrote in message
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>I run application in main office fine. We do have a remote location woith
> some 20 users. We use Microsoft Terminal Services to run the application
> from the remote location client computers. I understand that the AIS will
> be
> able to basically do the same thing. I would like some comments regarding
> performance, and if printing is an issue complex.
> tnx
> walter
> panama
>
>


Walter Abadi Posted on 2006-03-14 17:34:34.0Z
From: "Walter Abadi" <wabadi@silaba.com>
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Tnx for reply.
I would like to do some testing. Could you pls tell me How do I get started




"Alex Wong (ADS)" <alexw@extendsys.com> escribió en el mensaje
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> We have not done any testing comparing the performance between the two.
> However, I suspect that the terminal server approach will perform better
> in most cases. The reason being that terminal server only needs to send
> screen update command to the client. With AIS, the actual database data or
> SQL commands must be sent between the client and the server. There is much
> less data to update the screen in general.
>
> Alex Wong
> Advantage R&D
>
>
> "walter abadi" <wabadi@cwpanama.net> wrote in message
> news:440a3ab4@solutions.advantagedatabase.com...
>>I run application in main office fine. We do have a remote location woith
>> some 20 users. We use Microsoft Terminal Services to run the application
>> from the remote location client computers. I understand that the AIS will
>> be
>> able to basically do the same thing. I would like some comments regarding
>> performance, and if printing is an issue complex.
>> tnx
>> walter
>> panama
>>
>>
>
>