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The Raincode Repository In Action

Posted by admin raincode on Jan 20, 2016 10:00:38 AM

 

How many CICS GETMAIN statements are there?
Which are the programs that access this SQL table in READ mode?
Which programs can be called when executing this transaction or this batch job?
How many procedures are there?
 How many lines of code are there in these procedures?

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Topics: .NET, Databases, videos, Stack, COBOL, PL/I

The Illusion of the Vanilla Legacy Modernization

Posted by admin raincode on Sep 29, 2015 10:30:52 AM

 

Today, as large companies start to think to leave the mainframe, something occurs quite repeatedly: the illusion of a Vanilla Legacy modernization, or to put it in other terms: the piece-of-cake modernization. “Let’s just find a COBOL compiler and let’s roll on a modern platform”. As you already guessed, that’s not going to happen.

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Topics: .NET, Migration, Databases, SQLServer, CICS

Porting a DB2 Stored Procedure to SQL Server

Posted by admin raincode on Sep 17, 2015 2:08:13 PM

 

As you may already know by now, Raincode Legacy compilers come with great features. At compile time, the compiler offers the ability to port DB2 Stored Procedures written in COBOL or PL/I to SQL Server and use them exactly as they were on DB2! 

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Topics: Raincode, Migration, Databases, Technical