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The automated software migration process

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This paper covers the concepts of software migration and software migrator. It also details the steps of a typical migration process, explaining why 100% automated migration is very hard to achieve and thus migration services are more suitable than an off-the-shelf product.

Since automated software translation is an emerging market, there is little publicly available data on this domain. Therefore this paper relies on three sources - the knowledge accumulated while building the company's nTile PtoJ migrator, the company's founders' previous professional experience with automated software translations, and the general context of the IT world.

 

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Exploring nTile PtoJ output flavors

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The nTile PtoJ migrator is built in a modular fashion, allowing easy adjustments of the output. These adjustments can be as broad as the application architecture itself, or as narrow as varying a threshold for the package import (“import package.*”) statements.

The paper explores two major output architectures (called flavors from now on), plain servlets and Spring MVC. A comparative analysis highlights the differences as well as the common points between these two.

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