TASH Networking partnered with a fortune 100 company to manage, design and code
the data conversion requirements for a State Government TANF project.
IBM WebSphere Application Developer (WSAD) was used with Java.
The Curam framework and data model were extensively researched in order to
populate the tables directly via bulk loads and programmatically using SQL.
IBM's DB2 was the production database while UDB, Oracle, and MS Access databases
were also used during the development of the data conversion application
Converted large mainframe manufacturing system (COPICS) into a PC-based JAVA
application which uses Swing, JDBC and TCP/IP networking
Port JAVA application to use Microsoft's .NET framework, converting JAVA code to C-Sharp
Converted CICS system from mainframe to running on Windows/NT using IBM's Transaction Server software
Designed, coded, managed and implemented automated electronic Conversion
of VSAM-to-DB2 database conversion, and ADABAS integration