Web-Based Environment for Maintaining Legacy Software
- Thursday, 18 October 2007
“Advanced Tool Integration Environment” (“ATIE”) is the name of both a software system and a Web-based environment created by the system for maintaining an archive of legacy software and expertise involved in developing the legacy software. ATIE can also be used in modifying legacy software and developing new software. The information that can be encapsulated in ATIE includes experts’ documentation, input and output data of tests cases, source code, and compilation scripts. All of this information is available within a common environment and retained in a database for ease of access and recovery by use of powerful search engines. ATIE also accommodates the embedment of supporting software that users require for their work, and even enables access to supporting commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software within the flow of the experts’ work.
The flow of work can be captured by saving the sequence of computer programs that the expert uses. A user gains access to ATIE via a Web browser. A modern Web-based graphical user interface promotes efficiency in the retrieval, execution, and modification of legacy code. Thus, ATIE saves time and money in the support of new and pre-existing programs.
This program was written by Michael Tigges of Johnson Space Center; Nelson Thompson, Mark Orr, and Richard Fox of Dynacs, Inc.; and Rick Rohan of Lockheed Martin Corp.
This Brief includes a Technical Support Package (TSP).
Web-Based Environment for Maintaining Legacy Software (reference MSC-23810-1) is currently available for download from the TSP library.
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