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David,
Welcome to the forum. I would like to know if you book has a good coverage on architecture selection of legacy system integration. The topic of your book seems to me very interesting: "Software Architecture: Organizational Principles and Patterns".
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Ruilin
 
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I don't know the book ... but I know that Fowler's book called Refactoring gives U strategies to reuse/refactoring legacy systems. not an simple Facade !
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Ruilin,
The book focuses on the organizational aspects of using software architecture. In the case of a legacy architecture, there are often vested interests and issues that can derail the development and deployment of a new architecture. There is a fair amount of material in the book in this area. The book does not really address the question of what specific architecture technologies you should use to leverage or replace legacy systems or architectures.
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David Kane
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David,
Thanks for the reply.
Using screen scraping is generally not a good choice for legacy system integration. It is better to find a joint point to redo the presentation. However, what is the guideline to find the joint point to redo the presentation layer ? My question may not be significant. But would you please comment.
Thanks in advance
Ruilin
 
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