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Leveraging software reengineering systems for heterogeneous distributed computing environments

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Chia-Chu Chiang ; Dept. of Software Dev., Allen Syst. Group Inc., Phoenix, AZ, USA

ASG's Existing Systems Workbench (ESW) is comprehensive, integrated tool set that supports the software reengineering process. These software reengineering tools were originally developed for centralized environments. With the widespread use of object oriented and client server technologies, customers are expecting ESW to take advantage of these new technologies and also cooperate with their heterogeneous distributed computing environments. The article proposes a distributed object computing architecture for allowing ESW to operate in a heterogeneous distributed environment. The architecture was implemented with CORBA technology. The leverage of this new architecture enhances the product value and adapts the product to customer expectations

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Software Maintenance, 2000. Proceedings. International Conference on

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