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using websphere studio asset analyzer
Using WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer
by Larry Kahm  ISBN:0738498157
IBM Redbooks © 2004 (222 pages)

This Redbook describes the functions, features, and uses of IBM WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer for Multiplatforms Version 2 Release 2.

 
Table of Contents
Using WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer
Preface
Part 1 - Introduction
Chapter 1- An Overview of WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer
Chapter 2- Roles and Responsibilities
Part 2 - Working with WSAA
Chapter 3- Collecting Inventory
Chapter 4- Exploring Your Inventory
Chapter 5- Working with Your Inventory
Part 3 - Appendixes
Appendix A- WSAA in the Distributed Environment
Appendix B- Software Requirements
Appendix C- The Trader 2 Application
Appendix D- WSAA Installation Notes
Appendix E- Additional Material
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Code Examples


 

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This IBM Redbook describes the functions, features, and uses of IBM WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer for Multiplatforms Version 2 Release 2.

Part 1 presents a general overview of the product. In this part, we provide you with an introduction to the product by showing you key elements of the Web browser interface.

Part 2 presents more specific, hands-on information for working with WSAA, including:

  • Product administrator functions, which include collecting inventory to load into the database and how to maintain it
  • Project manager tasks, which include exploring general and detailed aspects of a sample application
  • Application developer tasks, which include how to use WSAA to make specific changes to an application

Part 3 contains summary and reference information.

WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer is a powerful tool that can help your site’s application development teams to better understand your legacy mainframe and distributed applications. It can give your organization a firm foundation to help you transform these legacy applications to on-demand Web services.



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Using WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer

Larry Kahm
ibm.com/redbooks

International Technical Support Organization

Using WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer

March 2004

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Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Notices” on page vii.

First Edition (March 2004)

This edition applies to Version 2, Release 2, Modification 0 of IBM WebSphere Studio Asset Analyzer for Multiplatforms (product number 5655-I49).

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