Storage Of Google Map's Data In A Server
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15-06-2010, 04:55 PM
The project and implimentation is based on the increasing demand and popularity of Google maps. The project and implimentation is an example of Google Maps usage. The project and implimentation uses networking to establish a network which would have a centrally placed server which would have the entire maps' data stored on it. The server is attached to the clients and uses LAN connection to share information that it has.
The server would contain the land (property) details of a real estate company and the clients would extract this information of the required place from the server. The server would contain information as the maps of the property which are available for the sale. This would relieve the clients or the interested party from the overhead of visiting the site. This is just an application of Google maps and similar methods may be used for other such applications the project and implimentation displays the idea on a small scale using LAN and can be enhanced using WAN.
Interactive maps are becoming more and more widespread in modern web applications. Potential uses abound: real estate and tourism are two obvious domains where interactive maps can provide real added value, but there are dozens of others as well. Many of today's web applications make good use of integrated mapping software.
There are essentially two types of network architectures client-server and peer-to-peer. In the client-server scheme, a central server handles all security and file transactions; in peer-to-peer networks, each machine shares its own resources and handles its own security. We would be setting up a LAN between the machines. The demo includes 3 machines, one of them acting as server and the other 2 as clients.
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