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Software Management 2002: Fortschritt durch Beständigkeit, Fachtagung des GI-Fachausschusses Management der Anwendungsemtwicklung und -wartung im Fachbereich Wirtschaftsinformatik (WIMAW), 6. bis 8. November 2002, Hamburg. P-23, 155-165 (2002).

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Thorsten Spitta (ed.), Jens Borchers (ed.), Harry M. Sneed (ed.)

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Ein universelles Software-Repository

Harry M. Sneed


The following contribution describes a tool supported approach to creating a universal software repository. A universal repository is based on a data model which accomodates heterogeneous systems written in both procedural and object-oriented languages as well as database and interface description languages. In it the various semantic models - procedural, object-oriented, hierarchical and relational, map-based and web-based - are integrated into a single common architectural model. As a result, it is possible to depict all systems with UML diagrams, including the legacy systems. The common model is object-based and componentoriented. The advantage of this repository is the possibility of modelling a mixed system environment, an important prerequisite to Enterprise Application Integration.

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