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Hello Everyone,

Thank You for responding to my previous query.

Could any one please help me understand the data flow for web application which can be access from blackberry?

Here is the scenario:

There are three entities:

A. Service Provider (who developed the application)
B. Client (who is using the services by service provider)
C. End User (people from Client)

The Web Application resides on Service Provider's Web Server, so now my questions are:

Q1. When the END USER accesses any page from the web application, will the request first hit the CLIENT server OR will the request directly hit the SERVICE PROVIDER server?

Q2. What are the scenarios when the request might route through the CLIENT server?

Q3. What are the scenarios when the request will directly hit SERVICE PROVIDER server?

I would appreciate if some one could explain it to me. Thanking in anticipation.

- Zambi
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Hello Everyone,

Thank You for responding to my previous query.

Could any one please help me understand the data flow for web application which can be access from blackberry?

Here is the scenario:

There are three entities:

A. Service Provider (who developed the application)
B. Client (who is using the services by service provider)
C. End User (people from Client)

The Web Application resides on Service Provider's Web Server, so now my questions are:

Q1. When the END USER accesses any page from the web application, will the request first hit the CLIENT server OR will the request directly hit the SERVICE PROVIDER server?

Q2. What are the scenarios when the request might route through the CLIENT server?

Q3. What are the scenarios when the request will directly hit SERVICE PROVIDER server?

I would appreciate if some one could explain it to me. Thanking in anticipation.

- Zambi
There isn't really a simple answer to that question. Have a look at this presentation, see if it answers your questions, or you can limit some of the possibilities.
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