Project Description: RLFP Program Migration
I. Summary. Migrate the RLFP (Remaining Lifetime Fracture Probability) application from its current state as a compiled C program (on Linux) and associated ASP web pages (running on Microsoft IIS) into a consolidated web application running on an ISP of the customer’s choice.
III. Projected Tasks.
Convert the web pages to proper language supported by the ISP’s web server.
Convert the RLFP compiled program (source code available) to a format supported by the ISP’s web server.
Alternatively, convert the RLFP compiled program into a pure web application for ease of use.
Convert the RLFP report processing pages as necessary to accommodate the changes in #2.
IV. Item Descriptions.
The majority of the web pages outside of the RLFP application are ASP (Active Server Pages) web pages running on Microsoft IIS 4.0.
The RLFP application (example can be found here: <[url removed, login to view]>) functions in the following manner on two web servers:
The form pages (currently ASP) running on the Microsoft IIS web server.
When submitted, the inputted data is validated by a series of ASP pages on the same server.
Upon validation, the form data is sent to the 2nd web server (running on a Linux server) to access the RLFP program via CGI.
The RLFP program will return values which are then processed and turned into a report by ASP pages on the Microsoft IIS web server
The web pages for [[url removed, login to view]] - this is a live site that contains among other things the RLFP application.
The RLFP compiled program (source code available), currently compiled on a Linux platform.
The RLFP web pages that support the calculations of the RLFP compiled program, currently running on a separate Microsoft IIS web server. These include the user database and associated web pages for accessing the “members only?? web pages.
Currently, the web servers are running on the customer’s physical site. The end goal is to migrate the web site (including the RLFP application as described above) onto a hosted web server of the customer’s choice.