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Title
On the implication of application’s requirements
Published in
DataBase Maintenance and Reengineering Workshop (DBMR), ISBN: 84-699-8920-0 pag. 3-16, IEEE International Conference of Software Maintenance, Montreal (Canada) - 2002
Abstract
This paper presents a solution to the data evolution problem of information systems. This solution follows an automatic approach that reduces the number of people and the time invested in the software maintenance process. The information captured by the UML-like OASIS OO conceptual schemas, representing system evolution, is used in order to generate automatically the first version of a data migration plan. This paper is focused in the process of automatic generation of the structure and the content of this migration plan using patterns. A real migration example is used to explain the designed patterns. The data migration plan execution evolves and migrates the data from the initial conceptual schema database to the evolved conceptual schema database. The solution has been implemented in the migration tool ADAM (Automatic DAta Migration).


BibTeX
@misc{issi_web:id:28,
        title =  "On the implication of application’s requirements",
        author = "Jennifer Pérez Benedí and Jose Angel Carsí Cubel and Isidro Ramos Salavert",
        booktitle = "DataBase Maintenance and Reengineering Workshop (DBMR), ISBN: 84-699-8920-0 pag. 3-16, IEEE International Conference of Software Maintenance, Montreal (Canada)",
        year = "2002",
        eprint = "http://issi.dsic.upv.es/publications/archives/f-1050057773817/JenniferDBMR-revisada2.pdf",
        url = "",
        abstract = "This paper presents a solution to the data evolution problem of
information systems. This solution follows an automatic approach that reduces the number of people and the time invested in the software maintenance process. The information captured by the UML-like OASIS OO conceptual schemas, representing system evolution, is used in order to generate automatically the first version of a data migration plan. This paper is focused in the process of automatic generation of the structure and the content of this migration plan using patterns. A real migration example is used to explain the
designed patterns. The data migration plan execution evolves and migrates the data from the initial conceptual schema database to the evolved conceptual schema database. The solution has been implemented in the migration tool ADAM (Automatic DAta Migration)."
}