Proceedings Seventh Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (2000)
Nov. 23, 2000 to Nov. 25, 2000
Melody M. Moore , Georgia State University
Lilia Moshkina , Georgia Institute of Technology
A critical problem in many businesses today is in reengineering legacy information systems to operate on the Internet. Migrating a sequentially structured program to the Internet requires restructuring it to be event-driven to accommodate a new web-based user interface. The Model Oriented Reengineering Process for Human-Computer Interface (MORPH) technique and toolset were developed to automatically reengineer legacy character-oriented applications to graphical user interfaces. This paper explores the restructuring issues inherent in migrating legacy applications to the Internet, and how the MORPH technique assists in automating this process.
User interface reengineering, reverse engineering, user interface migration, Internet migration
M. M. Moore and L. Moshkina, "Migrating Legacy User Interfaces to the Internet: Shifting Dialogue Initiative," Proceedings Seventh Working Conference on Reverse Engineering(WCRE), Brisbane, Australia, 2000, pp. 52.