Matching and Adaptation : Core Techniques for MDA-( ADM )-driven Integration of new Business Applications with Wrapped Legacy Systems

@inproceedings{Heuvel2004MatchingAA,
  title={Matching and Adaptation : Core Techniques for MDA-( ADM )-driven Integration of new Business Applications with Wrapped Legacy Systems},
  author={Willem-Jan van den Heuvel},
  year={2004}
}
In this article, we introduce a methodology aiming to blend modern business applications, which consist of cooperating business components with objectified legacy systems. This methodology is designed in line with the MDA(ADM) philosophy. This legacy application integration methodology encompasses three phases: forward engineering, reverse engineering and linking. The forward engineering phase resembles the “classical” MDA process, starting from a (enterprise) CIM and transforming it into a PIM… CONTINUE READING
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