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Title
Un Generador Automático de Planes de Migración de Datos
Authors
Jose Angel Carsí Cubel
Isidro Ramos Salavert
Josep Francesc Silva Galiana
Jennifer Pérez Benedí
Víctor Anaya Fons
Published in
Electronic Journal (I+D Computación) on Computer Science Research and Development of the International Congress on Computer Science Research (CIICC), The National Academy of Computer Science (Mexico), ISSN: 1665-238X - 2002
Abstract
This paper presents a solution for the data migration problem in information systems that must evolve to adapt to new requirements. The solution uses the information provided by the conceptual schemas, which represent the evolution that the information system has undergone, in order to automatically generate data migration plans. The plan offers the maximal flexibility permitting the user to act always with the maximum possible freedom in its construction and execution. Thus, a solution to a seldom addressed problem in Software Engineering is offered, and a tool that supports it is presented. This tool has been developed by the Information Systems and Computing Department of the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in collaboration with the software development firm CONSOFT.


BibTeX
@misc{issi_web:id:31,
        title =  "Un Generador Automático de Planes de Migración de Datos",
        author = "Jose Angel Carsí Cubel and Isidro Ramos Salavert and Josep Francesc Silva Galiana and Jennifer Pérez Benedí and Víctor Anaya Fons",
        booktitle = "Electronic Journal (I+D Computación) on Computer Science Research and Development of the International Congress on Computer Science Research (CIICC), The National Academy of Computer Science (Mexico), ISSN: 1665-238X",
        year = "2002",
        eprint = "http://issi.dsic.upv.es/publications/archives/f-1050406290873/No1Art02.pdf",
        url = "",
        abstract = "This paper presents a solution for the data migration problem in information systems that
must evolve to adapt to new requirements. The solution uses the information provided by the
conceptual schemas, which represent the evolution that the information system has undergone, in order
to automatically generate data migration plans. The plan offers the maximal flexibility permitting the
user to act always with the maximum possible freedom in its construction and execution. Thus, a
solution to a seldom addressed problem in Software Engineering is offered, and a tool that supports it is
presented. This tool has been developed by the Information Systems and Computing Department of the
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in collaboration with the software development firm CONSOFT."
}