COBOL Programming Using the .Net Framework Ronald D. Reeves

ISBN: 9780130668431

Published: March 11th 2002

Paperback

336 pages


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COBOL Programming Using the .Net Framework  by  Ronald D. Reeves

COBOL Programming Using the .Net Framework by Ronald D. Reeves
March 11th 2002 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 336 pages | ISBN: 9780130668431 | 7.13 Mb

There is more code written in COBOL than in any other programming language. Now that COBOL.net will be integrated into Visual Studio.NET IDE. Therefore, for the first time there will be language interoperability between COBOL and other .NETMoreThere is more code written in COBOL than in any other programming language. Now that COBOL.net will be integrated into Visual Studio.NET IDE. Therefore, for the first time there will be language interoperability between COBOL and other .NET languages. Web applications can be built using ASP.NET and WebForms.

Another important aspect is the migration path for legacy COBOL systems to Windows. COBOL.NET will be able to use the advanced .NET concepts, e.g. remoting, security etc. COBOL.NET will use the SOAP, XML, and CLI (Common Language Interface) standards to accomplish its mission in the distributed computing environment. This will be one of the few books available on the market that covers COBOL.NET.-- Covers design, implementation, and distribution new COBOL.NET applications-- Covers how to migrate legacy code into the Windows 2000 .NET Framework environment-- Covers SOAP, XML, and CLI (Common Language Interface) standards-- Reviews on the OO COBOL programming (using .NET extensions) language and its interoperabilityCOBOL is common business oriented language.

Developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s, COBOL is the second-oldest highlevel programming language (FORTRAN is the oldest). It is particularly popular for business applications that run on large computers. COBOL is a wordy language- programs written in COBOL tend to be much longer than the same programs written in other languages. COBOL.NET will be integrated into Visual Studio.NET IDE. Therefore, for the first time we will have language interoperability between COBOL and other .NET languages. COBOL will have full use of the powerful and semantically rich .NET Base Class Libraries.

For the first time COBOLcan be used to build Win32 rich client interfaces using WinForms. Web applications using ASP.NET and WebForms can be built. It also gives a migration path for legacy COBOL system to Windows. Another important aspect is COBOL.NET is an object-oriented language just like C++ and C#.

COBOL.NET will be able to use the advanced .NET concepts, e.g. remoting, security... . COBOL.NET will use the SOAP, XML, and CLI (Common Language Interface) standards to accomplish its mission in the distributed computing environment. Although disparaged by many programmers for being outdated, COBOL is still the most widely used programming language in the world.This book covers COBOL programming using .NET framework and how to design, implement, and distribute new COBOL.NET applications.

It also covers how to migrate legacy code into the Windows 2000 .NET Framework environment.This book is targeted at experienced COBOL programmers interested in programming for the .NET platform as well as other programmers interested in COBOL.The CD-ROM includes the source code from the book as well as example programs on the material covered in the book.



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