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Legacy code presents its own problem, as older code is hard to check adequately.
TransformPlus has analyzed more than 1 billion lines of legacy code so far, extracted business rules, and documented them for business reference and decision-making.
Open source libraries, third party binaries and legacy code can be configured in minutes to achieve unprecedented levels of safety and security.
And if you have a lot of legacy code you need to work very hard on refactoring it and making it testable.
It adds that each school has a confirmed legacy code provided by the Ministry of Education which represents the unique identifier when completing payments online.
Legacy code is code that isn't engineered anymore but is continually being patched.
Furthermore, there is no capability to accurately foretell the effect that a simple data object change has on any existing legacy code artifacts that make use of this data object.
The LCS team can advise on new code development processes, as well as provide the gap analysis required to establish a program for bringing millions of lines of legacy code into compliance.
He said the platform's modern architecture will allow it more easily integrate with other systems using open standards rather than proprietary legacy code.
Limited flexibility due to legacy code, making upgrades difficult and/or too expensive.