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Modernizing IBM i Applications from the Database up to the User Interface and Everything in Between by Carol Woodbury, Jeroen Van Lommel, Paul Tuohy, Jon Rush, Tim Rowe, Jim Ritchhart, Pascal Polverini, Trevor Perry, Mike Pavlak, Jon Paris, Michel Mouchon, Brian May, Isaac Ramírez Herrera, Jesse Gorzinski, Susan Gantner, Antonio Florez, Mark Evans, John Eberhard, Rich Diedrich, Dan Cruikshank, Tony Cairns, Hernando Bedoya, Nadir K. Amra

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Path to modernization
This chapter provides a modernization path that you can follow regardless of the modernization approach that you choose. It also provides guidelines to help define where you should start your modernization path and the definitions of some of the most common modernization approaches that are available.
2.1 Where are you starting
Before you start a modernization effort, it is important to do an honest evaluation of your software assets to define your strategy. Even if your software is working, it might need to be modernized. ...

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