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A Critical Study on the Design and Development of Advanced Banking Information Systems using ASP.Net Technology

Dr.G. Manoj Someswar


Banks in India needed to find a more flexible infrastructure for their core banking to make it easier to integrate and deploy new solutions to help them keep pace with the rapid growth. The banks can replace their old core banking platform, which was based on UNIX and the ADABAS database, with a new solution that uses Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005 as the database and Microsoft development tools, including the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0. The banks will find it significantly easier to create new banking applications since moving to SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition (64-bit) and the new development environment. The solution would give the bank a unified banking environment and the agility it needs to quickly develop new applications to respond to market opportunities. Banks would plan to use SQL Server 2005 Database Mirroring to enhance high availability of their data and improve their data warehousing and data mining abilities and performance.


Application tier, Database tier, inter-F.A.C.E., E.T.L

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