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Enabling the Evolution of J2EE Applications through Reverse Engineering and Quality Assurance

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Enabling the Evolution of J2EE Applications through Reverse Engineering and Quality Assurance
Abstract—Enterprise Applications are complex software systems that manipulate much persistent data and interact with the user through a vast and complex user interface. In particular applications written for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) are composed using various technologies such as Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) or Java Server Pages (JSP) that in turn rely on languages other than Java, such as XML or SQL. In this heterogeneous context applying existing reverse engineering and quality assurance techniques developed for object-oriented systems is not enough. Because those techniques have been created to measure quality or provide information about one aspect of J2EE applications, they cannot properly measure the quality of the entire system. We intend to devise techniques and metrics to measure quality in J2EE applications considering all their aspects and to aid their evolution. Using software visualization we also intend to inspect to structure of J2EE applications a...
Fabrizio Perin
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where WCRE
Authors Fabrizio Perin
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