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Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day
Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day
Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day
Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day
Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day
Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day
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Getting started with Visual COBOL - COBOL Developer Day

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Presentation from Micro Focus Dev Day events:- Austin & Toronto (Oct 2013)

Presentation from Micro Focus Dev Day events:- Austin & Toronto (Oct 2013)

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  • Developers get the power of Eclipse on their Windows or Linux desktop Can test their applications in a realistic environment without duplicating source code or emulating server behavior.Faster on-boarding. Maintain source code and build processes on a central server with access to the target platform databases and other services.Avoid complex emulation processes to develop locally on the programmer’s desktop before publishing to the UNIX or Linux server.Fully integrated local COBOL development environment delivers high programmer productivity by exploiting Eclipse tools and providing instant feedback of syntax errors while editing.Can be used for local development using the command line compiler and character mode Animator.
  • Preserves optimization and accuracyFastest route to .NET/JVM
  • 1. Choose your toolset2. Build on the command line, can still debug in the IDE3. compile, edit, debug in the IDEs – Darren and PaulaBring new talent into the organizationInvolve other developers in COBOL4. Modernize the UI, .NET, JVM or ES SOA5. Cloud and Mobile
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    • 1. The Products  Windows  .NET  Windows, Unix, Linux  JVM  Distributed Unix Development Development Deployment COBOL Server Visual COBOL for Visual Studio Visual COBOL for Eclipse
    • 2. Distributed Development using Developer Hub Build Debug Test  Source code  Test Data  3rd Party Apps  Build  Debug Single Unix EnvironmentMultiple developers Visual COBOL Developer Hub
    • 3. • Mainframe development – CICS, PL/I, JCL, etc • Integrated with Eclipse and Visual Studio • Supports mainframe offload, development and testing • Visual COBOL inside Mainframe Solutions using Enterprise Developer
    • 4. Supported Platforms Windows • Windows XP 64 bit SP2 • Windows XP 32-bit SP3 • Windows Vista SP1 32/64-bit, • Windows 7, 8 32/64-bit • Windows Server 2003 SP2 32/64-bit • Windows Server 2003 R2 32/64-bit • Windows Server 2008 SP2 32/64-bit • Windows Server 2008 R2 32/64-bit • Windows Server 2012 32/64bit • Windows Azure Linux x86 • Red Hat 5.x 6.x • SUSE 11 SP1 • Oracle Linux Unix • AIX 6.1/7.1 Power PC • HPUX 11.31 Itanium • Solaris 10 , 11 SPARC and INTEL JVM Deployment • Windows • Linux • AIX z/Linux
    • 5. Native Code Generator Deployment Agility Native code MSIL code Byte code COBOL source INT code Micro Focus compiler COBOL is the unique solution The fastest & lowest risk route to Java or .NET
    • 6. Choose your development platform Build your application as you do today Embrace the IDEs Modernize your apps Cloud and Mobile Upgrading to Visual COBOL Delivering More Value

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