Forums for the Business Analyst

 
  Modern Analyst Forums  Business and Sy...  Business Proces...  IT System - reverse engineering on code to obtain the Functioanal flow diagram
Previous Previous
 
Next Next
New Post 1/11/2018 8:53 PM
User is offline EminovITAnalyst
2 posts
No Ranking


IT System - reverse engineering on code to obtain the Functioanal flow diagram 

Dear all, 

This is my first posting here. I'm a IT System analyst at a Software company. 

I'm asked to write a documentation for a service project which was implemented before I started working 

at my company and the developer who was in charge of the project no longer working at our company. The problem is that the project was implemented and the code was deployed at our clients server. It works fine, however there is no documentation for the service (no service flow explaining the processes). I'm asked to produce this documentation, and for that I apparently will have to do decompilation of the code(with a developer) and try to extract a knowledge so that a flow diagram can be produced, but decompilation doesn't always bring the original source code.  How do you think, producing a flow from a decompiled binary code seems migh work ?

 

Regards, 

Murad

 
New Post 1/13/2018 5:38 AM
User is offline NitWitNick
259 posts
5th Level Poster


Re: IT System - reverse engineering on code to obtain the Functioanal flow diagram 
"decompilation of the code" ... Where is the Source-Code that he wrote ??? ... Did you check old back-ups ???
 
Previous Previous
 
Next Next
  Modern Analyst Forums  Business and Sy...  Business Proces...  IT System - reverse engineering on code to obtain the Functioanal flow diagram

Community Blog - Latest Posts

Alexey Kiselev
Alexey Kiselev
We are writing User Stories to fix the scope and describe - what our application should do when implemented.User Stories are great, because the are: Short, Defining Roles, A great connection of the requirement itself and a business need. User Story declared as a high level definition of the requirement, but it could be used to s...
0 Responses
Ann P
Ann P
What’s the difference between ECBA CCBA and CBAP Certification? Which certification should I pursue ECBA CCBA or CBAP? How do I know which certification is right/suited for me? There are so many certifications I am completely confused which one to pursue? Can you please guide me on which certification should I go for?   These are s...
1 Responses
Simona from Minit
Simona from Minit
Process mapping vs. process discovery is akin to perceived reality vs. reality; the former rooted in subjectivity, the latter rooted in verifiable data. Elements of process mapping creep into process discovery, restricting an absolute dichotomy between the two. However, the critical differentiator between mapping and discovery lies in the distincti...
0 Responses




Latest Articles

Managing requirements is an art mastered by a business analyst
Oct 21, 2018
0 Comments
In a classic business analyst universe, requirements are the soul of all the work a business analyst does. If a business analyst fails to identify and...
Featured Digital Library Resources 
Copyright 2006-2018 by Modern Analyst Media LLC