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Friday, 18 October 2002 14:49

VB6 to C# - Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS)

The Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) is a Windows 7, PC-based common solution for aircraft mission planning. Northrop Grumman contracted with TSRI to modernize the Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS), a project in which TSRI is transforming 776,240 lines of VB6 Code to C#/.NET.

  • Customer: Northrop Grumman
  • Source & Target Language: VB6 to C#
  • Lines of Code: 776,240
  • Duration: 9 months
  • Services:  Iterative Code Transformation, Defined VB6/.COM and C#/.NET component mappings, Automated Refactoring, Transformation Blueprint®

 
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With maintenance costs increasing for the national crime information tracking system, a significant portion of the agency's crime fighting budget was required for hiring staff with experience maintaining mainframes, non-adherence to the Common Operating Environment (COE) adding to costs, and aging technology (IBM Mainframe, DB2, CICS, CA-GEN, COBOL, Assembler, C, MQ Series, JCL) making enhancements difficult to perform, the nation crime fighting agency initiated a Legacy Migration study to assess migration from the current legacy application architecture to an open Java/JEE application architecture.

Customer:  Criminal Justice Information Services Division

Source & Target Language: Coolgen/COBOL to Java/JEE

Lines of Code: 4.3 Million

Services: Tuned JANUS Studio® to customer code, Coolgen/COBOL and C to Java/JEE Code Transformation, Coolgen/COBOL and C to Java/JEE Transformation Blueprint®

 

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