Is there only one “correct” architecture for web applications for business?


Often, there is a difference of opinion between IT specialists who make business apps with databases in client-server architecture and those who skipped the client-server architecture altogether and began working on web applications. The former usually (but not always) tend to write their code in the database, while the latter consider the database a “black box”, which often serves only as a data container, while the business logic resides in the application server. There are a lot of other questions. The author thinks that specific needs require consideration. It is important to learn and think, and avoid being narrow-minded and accept a single “truth”. These questions will be considered through the Oracle ADF framework.