A Use-Case Based Component Identification Approach for Migrating Legacy Code into Distributed Environment
Due to not only proven stability and reliability but a significant investment and years of accumulated experience and knowledge, legacy systems have supported the core business applications of a number of organizations over many years. In this paper we suggest a systematic approach to identifying components that perform specific business services and that consists of the legacy system’s assets to be leveraged on the modern platform such as J2EE/EJB.
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