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CS605 - Software Engineering II - Lecture Handout 38

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Legacy systems

A system is considered to be a legacy system if it has been in operation for many years. A legacy system has many components. These include business processes, business rules, application software, application data, support software, and system hardware. The relationship among these components is shown in the following diagram.

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Tracking a Schedule

A schedule is meaningless if it is not followed and tracked. Tasks and milestones defined in a project schedule must be tracked and controlled as project proceeds. Tracking methods include:

  • Periodic project status meetings
  • Evaluating¬† the results of all reviews
  • Determine whether project milestones have been accomplished by the scheduled date
  • Comparing actual start date to planned start date
  • Informal meetings with the practitioners
  • Using earned value analysis
  • Error tracking

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