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What methodology to choose for rewriting an existing software, incremental or waterfall?

The safest answer for any software development work is to start and continue incrementally (doesn't have to be Scrum though). There are some bigger questions implied by what you have said. It's ...
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What methodology to choose for rewriting an existing software, incremental or waterfall?

I don't have a ton of experience with reimplementing/rewriting an existing application from scratch, but the experience that I do have tells me that you probably don't know 80% of the requirements and ...
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How to reject new requirement in project?

Many similarly-structured projects – where legal contracts hold sway, adopt one or the other of two strategies: (1) Formal Change Orders: The parties must expressly negotiate each change to the ...
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How to reject new requirement in project?

As per the wording in your question: And I got a feedback that solution design is approved but under one condition!! That to add 3 points from the last document I did analysis for. So it sounds like ...
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How to reject new requirement in project?

If you have a change process defined, and your customer is sidestepping the process to squeeze scope in without paying for the impacts, then you say no. You're a party to the contract and you get to ...
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How to reject new requirement in project?

Why do you want to reject what the customer is asking? If your contract or your way of working obliges you to turn away work that the customer wants and is presumably willing to pay for then perhaps ...
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Should UAT estimation be more than QA's?

I find it weird. First to estimate it and then to compare it against other steps as if they had any relation. UAT should be done by the client. That is the "U" in "UAT". As such, ...
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What methodology to choose for rewriting an existing software, incremental or waterfall?

You are building an entirely new application. The fact that you have access to an existing application which serves the same purposes using different technology will benefit you only to the extent ...
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What methodology to choose for rewriting an existing software, incremental or waterfall?

TL;DR Keep in mind that no framework or process can guarantee success. However, an agile framework will allow you to adapt more rapidly, and to "fail fast" if the project is not going to ...
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What methodology to choose for rewriting an existing software, incremental or waterfall?

Rewriting and re-designing a desktop application into a new Web Based application with new technology ==> That probably means not only coding, but also setting up your infrastructure, development ...
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