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  • 1. OT: Happy holidays everyone!
    I don't know about you folks, but it seems amazing to me that we are into 2010 in just over a week... Anyway, I just wanted to wish all of you a peaceful, enjoyable, and happy holiday season, with good health and prosperity in the coming year. Personally, I'm taking a few days off, although I'm not going away. I plan to relax and enjoy the sunshine, the beaches, the food and drink, and my friends... I have a new project for the New Year and it promises to be interesting, but I'll pick it up when I've had a break and am fresh...:-) Best to All, Pete. -- "I used to write COBOL...now I can do anything."
  • 2. Happy holidays everyone!
    "Pete Dashwood" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ... >I don't know about you folks, but it seems amazing to me that we are into >2010 in just over a week... > > Anyway, I just wanted to wish all of you a peaceful, enjoyable, and happy > holiday season, with good health and prosperity in the coming year. > > Personally, I'm taking a few days off, although I'm not going away. I plan > to relax and enjoy the sunshine, the beaches, the food and drink, and my > friends... > > I have a new project for the New Year and it promises to be interesting, > but I'll pick it up when I've had a break and am fresh...:-) > > Best to All, > > Pete. > -- > "I used to write COBOL...now I can do anything." > Merry Christmas to everyone
  • 3. Cobol vs. Images
    Here is an actual COBOL question. :) I'm working on porting an Document Image Management system to COBOL using PerCOBOL. I am finding I really *really* like this compiler a lot, and the more I study it, the more I get impressed. Indeed, it even has rudimentary image management code in it, which allows me to display an image on a GUI screen. I like I can package up the JAR file and everything runs just fine under Windows, zLinux, MacOS, and Linux. :) But I need to do some work on the image as it comes in - scale it, resize it, etc. So, given that I do not know all that much about image manipulaiton, is there a COBOL based image manipulation library anyone would care to recommend? Or a better method of dealing with this issue? PerCOBOL generates to Java, so I guess I could use a Java library, but what I really want is something simpler. :) Just fishing for ideas folks.
  • 4. Accelerated legacy code
    We tend to associate "legacy" with "mainframe". But it ain't necessarily so. From my limited exposure, the large new systems I have seen have lots of code which doesn't fit new standards, but is kept around because redesign and replacement is much more difficult when anything can touch anything. I'm calling it "accelerated legacy code". -- "In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found, than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace to the legislature, and not to the executive department." - James Madison

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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