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Chapter 2, Problem 11DQ
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Discuss why an understanding of legacy system technologies is of some importance to auditors.

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Explain the reason for which understanding of legacy system technologies is important for the auditors.

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Legacy System:

Legacy system refers to the outdated computer system whose data is used even in present as it cannot be changed into a new or standard format. The legacy system is a large main frame system commonly used in 1960’s and 1970’s which exists till today. The flat file approach is associated with the legacy system technologies...

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Ch. 2 - What is the confirmation process?Ch. 2 - Computer-based systems employ four types of files....Ch. 2 - Give an example of a record for each of the four...Ch. 2 - What is the purpose of a digital audit trial?Ch. 2 - Give an example of how cardinality relates to...Ch. 2 - Distinguish between entity relationship diagrams,...Ch. 2 - What is meant by cardinality in entity...Ch. 2 - For what purpose are entity relationship diagrams...Ch. 2 - What is an entity?Ch. 2 - Distinguish between batch and real-time...Ch. 2 - What is the flat-file model?Ch. 2 - Is a data flow diagram an effective documentation...Ch. 2 - Is a flowchart an effective documentation...Ch. 2 - How may batch processing be used to improve...Ch. 2 - Why might an auditor use a program flowchart?Ch. 2 - How are system flowcharts and program flowcharts...Ch. 2 - What are the three general problems associated...Ch. 2 - What is task-data dependency?Ch. 2 - What is the database model?Ch. 2 - What information is provided by a record layout...Ch. 2 - In one sentence, what does updating a master file...Ch. 2 - What is the purpose of the DBMS?Ch. 2 - Flat files limit data integration. Explain.Ch. 2 - What factor influences the decision to employ...Ch. 2 - What are the advantages of real-time data...Ch. 2 - What are the advantages of real-time data...Ch. 2 - What are some of the more common uses of data...Ch. 2 - Compare and contrast the relative advantages and...Ch. 2 - Discuss the flow of cash through the transaction...Ch. 2 - Explain whether the cost accounting system...Ch. 2 - Discuss the role of the conversion cycle for...Ch. 2 - Can a turnaround document contain information that...Ch. 2 - Would the writing down of obsolete inventory be...Ch. 2 - Are both registers and special journals necessary?Ch. 2 - Discuss the relationship between the balance in...Ch. 2 - What role does the audit trail play in the task of...Ch. 2 - Explain how the magnetic audit trail functions.Ch. 2 - Are large batch sizes preferable to small batch...Ch. 2 - Discuss why an understanding of legacy system...Ch. 2 - If an organization processes large numbers of...Ch. 2 - If an organization processes transactions that...Ch. 2 - What is the purpose of a digital audit trail?Ch. 2 - What is meant by the term single user view as it...Ch. 2 - Explain the similarity and difference between the...Ch. 2 - Should an auditor wishing to assess the adequacy...Ch. 2 - Discuss some of the problems associated with...Ch. 2 - For each of the following items, indicate whether...Ch. 2 - Which of the following is NOT an advantage of...Ch. 2 - Which statement is NOT true? Batch processing a....Ch. 2 - Which is the least appropriate type of transaction...Ch. 2 - Which of the following statements is not correct?...Ch. 2 - Which of the following is NOT true of a turnaround...Ch. 2 - A documentation tool used to represent the logical...Ch. 2 - Which of the following is NOT a true statement? a....Ch. 2 - Which of the following is true of the relationship...Ch. 2 - (Appendix Question) Which statement is NOT...Ch. 2 - A database deadlock a. is a lock placed on a...Ch. 2 - An invoice file would best be coded using a(n)...Ch. 2 - Which statement is NOT correct? a. Legacy systems...Ch. 2 - A documentation tool that depicts the physical...Ch. 2 - A coding scheme in the form of acronyms and other...Ch. 2 - (Appendix Question) In a hashing structure a....Ch. 2 - (Appendix Question) An advantage of a physical...Ch. 2 - (Appendix Question) Which statement is NOT...Ch. 2 - (Appendix Question) Which statement is true about...Ch. 2 - Which of the following statements is NOT true? a....Ch. 2 - The production subsystem of the conversion cycle...Ch. 2 - Which statement is NOT true? a. Manufacturing...Ch. 2 - Which of the following files is a temporary file?...Ch. 2 - TRANSACTION CYCLE IDENTIFICATION Categorize each...Ch. 2 - TYPES OF FILES For each of the following records,...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHART PAYROLL Figure 2-4 in the text...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHART AP Using the format presented in...Ch. 2 - RECORD STRUCTURES FOR INVENTORY RECEIPT PROCESS...Ch. 2 - RECORD STRUCTURES FOR RECEIPT OF CASH ON ACCOUNT...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHART Using the diagram for Problem 7,...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHART BATCH PROCESS Analyze the system...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHART AND PROGRAM FLOWCHART From the...Ch. 2 - DATA FLOW DIAGRAM-PAYROLL Prepare a data flow...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHARTPAYROLL(MANUAL PROCESSES) Using...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHARTPAYROLL(AUTOMATED PROCESSES) Using...Ch. 2 - DATA FLOW DIAGRAMCASHDISBURSEMENTS Prepare a data...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHARTCASHDISBURSEMENTS...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM FLOWCHARTCASHDISBURSEMENTS...Ch. 2 - TRANSACTION CYCLERELATIONSHIP Refer to Figure 2-1...Ch. 2 - SALES PROCEDURES The following describes the sales...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION-EXPENDITURE CYCLE...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATIONCASH RECEIPTS...Ch. 2 - The following describes the payroll procedures for...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION-PAYROLL (AUTOMATED SYSTEM)...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION REVENUE CYCLE (MANUAL...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION-EXPENDITURE CYCLE (MANUALAND...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION-CASH RECEIPTS...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION-PURCHASES AND AP...Ch. 2 - SYSTEM DOCUMENTATIONCASH DISBURSEMENT...Ch. 2 - CODING SCHEME Devise a coding scheme using block...

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