COBOL.NET
COBOL .NET is a compiler that allows you to run COBOL applications on a CLR back-end. Here you may find COBOL .NET related articles and news.

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  • Move COBOL Code To Linux Cloud Using Lzlab's New Product, Gotthard

    Lzlab releases a new solution for programs running on COBOL, known as Gotthard.
  • Data Access With ADO.NET In Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    In this article, you will learn about data access with ADO.NET in Micro Focus Visual COBOL.
  • Printing Duplex In Micro Focus Visual COBOL For .NET

    In this article you will learn how to print Duplex in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET.
  • Calling Managed COBOL From Unmanaged COBOL With Micro Focus Visual COBOL

    In this article you will learn about calling managed COBOL from un-managed COBOL with Micro Focus Visual COBOL.
  • Adding Cultural Information To The DateTimePicker In Micro Focus Visual COBOL For .NET

    In this article you will learn how to add cultural information to the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET.
  • Working with the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET

    Working with the DateTimePicker in Micro Focus Visual COBOL for .NET.
  • Accessing COBOL Data Groups

    In this article you will learn how to access COBOL Data Groups in .NET.
  • Utilize Of COBOL In A Microsoft .NET Environment

    This article will show you how to use the power of LOCALIZATION within Visual Studio .NET to create one screen and have it display different languages.
  • ADO.NET, COBOL and Stored Procedure

    A stored procedure is basically a series of SQL statements that reside on the database. The procedure could create a new table, retrieve data from one or more tables, update one or more tables or p...
  • Localization in COBOL .NET

    This article will show you how to use the power of LOCALIZATION within Visual Studio .NET to create one screen and have it display different languages.
  • ODBC usage in .NET

    This article will provide a template of how to represent a smallint, integer, decimal, varchar and other ODBC data types that are used in the SQL Server environment in COBOL.
  • Consuming a Web Service from NETCOBOL

    This article shows you how to consume a Web service from NetCOBOL.
  • Accessing COBOL Properties with C#

    This article will review a new option for exposing those assets via the use of Properties.
  • Data Access with ADO.NET

    This first article will provide a brief history of data access as well as provide the basic flow for using ADO to access data.
  • COBOL and .NET Data Types

    .NET has created a new, level playing field for a multitude of programming languages to interact on a scale never before seen.
  • Working with COBOL Data Groups in C#

    In this article we will begin with a C# console application calling a COBOL DLL file. The C# application will pass it a number of occurrences to create in the table (much like a user requesting a s...
  • Calling Procedural COBOL from VB.NET

    Many clients will have existing COBOL source code that they will want to use within the .NET Framework.
  • Why Object Orientation for COBOL?

    Why is Microsoft interested in having so many languages target the new environment?
  • Cobol for Microsoft .NET

    This article gives you introduction about how the age old COBOL can take a new energetic look under Microsoft.NET.
  • Calling Procedural COBOL from C#

    In a previous article we discussed how to call procedural based COBOL programs from VB.NET.
  • Windows Form using COBOL

    This article we'll put some finishing touches to our form. We'll show how to make controls appear and disappear as well as placing the cursor in a pre-defined spot on the form.
  • Creating Forms with COBOL

    We've done numerous articles on how to interface COBOL with other .NET languages. Here is something a little different, creating a form using only COBOL. This is part 1 or the article and it will c...
  • .NET Arrays with Micro Focus COBOL.NET

    Overview of how to use the System.Array class with Micro Focus COBOL.NET. Covers the syntax needed to create and use Arrays. Includes examples and sample code
  • Converting C# to COBOL

    . This article is intended to be used as a model for you to follow when you run into a C# example and need to convert it to COBOL.
  • TreeView/ListView object in COBOL.Net

    In this article I will show how to work with the TreeView object and ListView object.
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