Reverse engineering of relational database applications


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Vermeer, W.W.M. and Apers, P.M.G. (1995) Reverse engineering of relational database applications. In: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Object-Oriented and Entity-Relationship Modelling (OOER 1995), 12-15 Dec 1995, Gold Coast, Australia (pp. pp. 89-100).

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Abstract:This paper presents techniques for reverse engineering of relational database applications. The target of such an effort is the definition of a fully equipped object-oriented view of the relational database, including methods and constraints. Such views can be seen as a full specification of the database semantics, aiding for example in the identification of semantic heterogeneity among interoperable databases.
The general problem of translating from an imperative programming language environment to a declarative context such as provided by our target OODML is very hard. However, we show that the specific features of database application software allow for the development of a framework geared towards the particular problems encountered in this context.
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Additional information:Imported from EWI/DB PMS [db-utwente:inpr:0000003085]
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/66466
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