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  • 1. UnDead languages?
    Michael Metcalf wrote: > I just happened to hear an editor of the new edition of the Concise Oxford > English Dictionary say on the radio that obsolete words get removed to make > way for new ones. Her two examples were Snobol and Cobol. > Is this a valid definition of a dead computing language? No. These are *undead* languages. They are uncertain about their final destination -- computer programming language heaven or hell -- so they persist in a partially decomposed state. They are zombie languages.
  • 2. WANTED: Microfocus COBOL 3
    A copy of Microfocus COBOL 3 is urgently required in the UK. Must include the dongle and full installation media. Please contact with your price or questions. Thanks in advance, Ian Bagley
  • 3. a cheep interface to database
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  • 4. win98 to XP
    I have a Win98 aplication, written in Fujitsu Version 5.0, that was recently moved onto a win XP system. It has slowed down to about 1 /1000 the the speed. (from 30 seconds to an hour or two). I actually thought it had hung, but not so ... if I go for a short holiday and come back, it does eventually finish. Anybody ever seen anything like this? Donald
  • 5. Apologies to HP & Jeff Lanam (was: Method to force keeping of source
    I was out-of-town since last week. I usually try and acknowledge my errors as soon as they get pointed out to me. Please excuse the mis-information that I put out last week about HP's membership in J4. I do, however, still think that I am correct in saying that ONLY Micro Focus has made any "public" statement committing to (ever) providing a fully conforming 2002 compiler. (Fujitsu-Siemens - not "PC" Fujitsu - may have done so also, but I am not sure one way or another about that) -- Bill Klein wmklein <at> ix.netcom.com "Jeff Lanam" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... > On Thu, 01 Jul 2004 03:35:11 GMT, "William M. Klein" > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote: > > > HP is indeed still represented on the standards committee, unless you > know something my management hasn't told me. > > As far as enabling standards diagnostics, I doubt that many users turn > them on on their regular builds. I suspect they make one compilation > before beginning a porting project to a new platform. > > Jeff Lanam HP NonStop COBOL Project INCITS/J4 > NonStop Enterprise Division > Hewlett-Packard

NetCOBOL and reports

Postby R. Hendriks » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 23:52:58 GMT

LS,

I'm searching for the best way to create reports that can be altered during
runtime by the end-user. The process of changing column-order, sort-order,
which data is contained in which column, which datafields are visible etc.
should be done by the user via a GUI form designer which stores the report
settings, or via an own written program which via for instance COM/OCX
directly influences the report, based on some stored settings.

I've taken a look at crystal decision and *believe* that the situations I
mention above (the report alteration) can be done via COM. Yet I haven't got
the hands-on experience and I'd like to hear the experience of those who
have worked with this product.

Are there any similar products to crystal reports? Are they
superios/inferior to it, and if so, on which features?

I'm using NetCOBOL/PowerCOBOL version 7. I'm aware of the existence of
PowerFORM, but this product doesn't offer runtime adjustment of reports
created with it.

Thanks in advance and kind regards,

Rik Hendriks
---------------------------------
Don't think you are, know you are.



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