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Here I will explain about uses of 3-Tier architecture and how to create or implement 3-tier architecture for our project in 


1.    What is the use of 3-tier architecture and why we go for that architecture? 
2.    First we need to know what 3-Tier architecture is. 
3.    How to create 3-Tier architecture for our project?

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
The Windows Presentation Foundation is Microsoft’s next generation UI framework to create applications with a rich user experience. It is part of the .NET framework 3.0 and higher.
WPF combines application UIs, 2D graphics, 3D graphics, documents and multimedia into one single framework. Its vector based rendering engine uses hardware acceleration of modern graphic cards. This makes the UI faster, scalable and resolution independent.

Cursors can be considers as named result sets which allow a user to move through each record one by one. SQL Server 2000 provides different types of cursors to support different type of scrolling options. 
When we use a Select statement in a stored procedure to get some result, we can get a collection of all the records which satisfy the given criteria. This result set can be returned back as a whole to the client application. We can’t move through each individual record one by one in this situation inside a stored procedure. Therefore, whenever we find some situation where we need to process each record individually we can use cursors. 


Here I will explain how to publish or deploy the website in local machine. To publish website first we need to check whether IIS installed in our local machine or not and whether that IIS working properly or not because sometimes IIS will not work properly even that IIS already installed in our local machine for that reason we need to check all these conditions before going to publish or deploy our website in local machine. 

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