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Title: Perancangan dan Implementasi Sistem Informasi Penggajian Menggunakan Arsitektur Multi-tier
Authors: Mustamu, Yesyurun Andreson
Keywords: Project System;Multi-tier Architecture;Salary, Prototype
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Program Studi Sistem Informasi FTI-UKSW
Abstract: The implementation of the payroll system uses a two-tier architecture that has disadvantages where in each application on the client contains the code for processing the data,and if it is changed , the application code should be re-distributed again throughout the existing computer. Multi-tier architecturehas the ability tosolvethis problem.Applicationof multi-tier programis dividedinto threesections. The firstis a client applicationprovidestheuser interfacepresentationservices, bothat theapplication usesthreenamespacetoretrieve datainSQLServer such as System.Data, system.data.sql, System.Data.SqlClient, and the third is the database applications. The method used for data analysis is theprototype method. Multi-tier architecture of payroll systemcan overcomethe calculation errorsfor the employer's salary which made the payroll processing will function properly resulting in fasterpayrollinformation thantheprevioussystem.
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URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/4557
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