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GeneralWMI Listing running DLL's Pin
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GeneralDatabase independent programming? (OLEDB or ODBC data Adaptor) Pin
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GeneralDo customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Salil Khedkar23-Sep-04 22:19
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Daniel Turini23-Sep-04 23:09
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Salil Khedkar24-Sep-04 4:11
Salil Khedkar24-Sep-04 4:11 
Thanks Daniel... Rose | [Rose]

Well, contrary to your experience, all my customers have raised issues not having any business logic or data on the IIS machine. OMG | :OMG:

So my company had to settle with the following design for our Web based enterprise solution:
a. The ASP pages with only the display logic execute from the IIS.
b. They in turn call local COM components which act as clients to our Application Server sitting inside the firewall
c. The customers become happy because they think they have great control over the security of the system because they keep the IIS in DMZ and App server inside the firewall. They only allow a single particular port for communications between the IIS and the App Server.
d. This way if due to some IIS exploit a hacker gets control of the IIS machine he can only get to see the presentation logic sitting on the IIS. No business data.

I am aware about the WS theory and understand that they can run on top of any Web Server etc. I am however specifically asking the question in the Microsoft context.

Hope this elaborates my question.
GeneralRe: Do customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Daniel Turini24-Sep-04 4:15
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GeneralMachine won't act as Remoting Server Pin
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QuestionHow Guru's Pin
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GeneralAssembly Header Pin
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GeneralGPS Pin
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QuestionBusiness Contact Manager & .net Framework 2? Pin
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QuestionWhat to do with dependent assemblies when using a COM wrapper. Pin
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QuestionHow to get properties printing? Pin
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