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The client-server model is a
protocol used to organize multiple
- The process that is providing some service is called the
server. Examples: a
database system that stores and manages a large
number of data records.
- The process that uses that service is called the client.
For example, a program that generates a report may use a database
server to retrieve some records for the report, so the report program
would run as a client process.
See also: Glossary: C
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