New Features in Enterprise Developer 7.0

Micro Focus COBOL Extension for Visual Studio Code

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The new Micro Focus COBOL extension for Visual Studio Code is available on the Microsoft Visual Studio Marketplace. This provides edit, compile and debug support for Visual COBOL and Enterprise Developer users in Visual Studio Code.

Note: The new Micro Focus COBOL extension is not included with the Enterprise Developer installer.

Application Workflow Manager

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Improvements have been made in the following areas:

  • Modelling support for tool process logic under an action:
    • You can now model loops and conditional execution of tools under an action, making the modeling of complex tool logic under an action easier and more transparent. See Action Descriptor for more information.
  • Icon support:

    • Icons can be specified to consist of several layers which, for example, enables you to model icons with decorators. The decorators can be displayed depending on conditions. See Relationship Element Has Icon, Relationship Action Has Icon, and Relationship Filter Has Icon for more information.
    • Additional icons have been added to AWM. See Icons for the AWM Function Package for more information.
    • You can now specify and use your own icons.
    • You can now specify icons for filter definitions. See Relationship Filter Has Icon for more information.
  • Filter definitions view:
    • You can now export and import filter definitions to and from another workspace.
    • The filter definition view's structure has been changed to a tree design enabling you to group corresponding filters.
  • "Micro Focus z/Server" connection type:
    • Now supports drag & drop of a data set from the connection to an enterprise server instance's catalog entry.
    • You can now compress a z/OS PDS data set.
  • New Micro Focus DevHub connection type function package:
    • Provides a tool to send commands to a Micro Focus DevHub connection and receive the output returned by the command so that it can be processed by other tools. See Micro Focus DevHub Connection Type Function Package for more information.

Assembler Support

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This release includes the following enhancements:

  • Support for Assembler data table generation on UNIX and Linux - a new command-line executable, MFMODGEN, is available on these operating systems to generate an Assembler data table (.MOD file) from an Assembler source file.

    This feature is the only Assembler functionality currently supported on UNIX systems. The rest of the Micro Focus Assembler functionality is supported for 32-bit Windows only.

CICS Support

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CICS support in development has the following new features:

  • A 64-bit BMS Compiler on Windows and UNIX - the command-line utility, MFBMSCL, is now available in 64-bit format on Windows as part of Enterprise Developer and on UNIX as part of Micro Focus Enterprise Developer UNIX Components.

    On Windows, Eclipse now uses the 64-bit BMS Compiler by default.

    The availability of the compiler on UNIX means that in remote development scenarios using Eclipse, BMS files are compiled directly on the UNIX machine. It is no longer necessary to copy the BMS files to your local Windows machine to compile them. There is no longer a requirement to only use SAMBA connections if your remote projects include BMS files.

COBOL Language

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The following enhancements have been made to the Micro Focus COBOL language:

  • JVM COBOL data type to hold strings of utf-8 characters - support is now available in JVM COBOL for the PIC U data type. This was already available for native COBOL, to support its introduction by IBM in Enterprise COBOL version 6.3.
  • The DYNAMIC LENGTH clause, which enables a data item to vary in length at run time, is supported for native COBOL code. Again, this is in response to its introduction by IBM in Enterprise COBOL version 6.3.
  • The following date-format-checking intrinsic functions have been added: TEST-DATE-YYYYMMDD and TEST-DAY-YYYYDDD.

Code Analysis

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This release includes the following enhancements:

  • Get Direct References command - you can use this command to see if changing a file will affect the other files in your project as well as the files in the whole application. In Eclipse, you can access this from the context menu or from the Analysis Server Explorer.
  • Import points of interest - the Code Analysis view now includes a new button, Import Point of Interest (Import points of interest).

Code Set Support

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The following enhancements have been made to the integrated code set translation support:

  • Arabic support for Enterprise Server applications is available.

    If you are building Arabic support into Enterprise Server applications, your terminal emulator must support the Arabic EBCDIC 420 code page.

    Support is added by building your applications and configuring your enterprise server regions with the MFCODESET variable set to the supported country code (0420). Your product's in-built code set translation utility performs translations between the ASCII 1256 Arabic code page on your enterprise server region, and a terminal emulator that supports the Arabic EBCDIC 420 code page (for example, IBM's Personal Communications emulator).

    There are some considerations when working with a bi-directional language such as Arabic; these are discussed in Arabic support considerations.

Compiler Directives

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The following Compiler directives are new in this release:

  • PANVALET-INCLUDES-IN-COMMENTS - This directive controls whether ++INCLUDE statements in comments are actioned or not.
  • EXECSQL-FLAG - This directive defines whether syntax reporting should emulate that of the DB2 preprocessor, the DB2 coprocessor, or to allow all syntax variations of both.
  • RM-FILE-ERRORS - This directive generates run-time system errors for certain file conditions, even when a FILE STATUS clause is present; this is to emulate RM/COBOL behavior.

The following Compiler directive option has been deprecated:

  • ILCLR(2) - this is as a result of deprecating support for versions 3.0 and 3.5 of the .NET Framework. Applications that have this option set will produce an E level message when compiled in this release of Enterprise Developer.

Database Access - HCOSS Manage Connections Tool

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This release includes:

  • Enhanced usability features around connection error diagnosis and SQL Server connection/installed ODBC driver selections.
Attention: This feature is in Early Adopter Program (EAP) release status. We intend to provide the finalized feature in a future release. Please contact Micro Focus Customer Care if you require further clarification.

Database Access - MBDT Utilities

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This release introduces:

  • The SQLTUL utility, which is equivalent to the z/OS DB2 DSNTIAUL program.
    Attention: This feature is in Early Adopter Program (EAP) release status. We intend to provide the finalized feature in a future release. Please contact Micro Focus Customer Care if you require further clarification.

Database Access - OpenESQL

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This release provides the following enhancement:

  • New OpenESQL TRACELEVEL=5 option - native OpenESQL applications can now trace ODBC calls to the database vendor’s ODBC driver, recording the start and stop times of each call’s execution. OpenESQL tracing can now provide more detail on where an SQL application is spending execution time, in the OpenESQL layer or the underlying ODBC driver layer.

Data File Tools

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This release includes the following enhancements in the Data File Editor:

  • New Data Explorer for working with data sets - a new Data Explorer enables you to connect to either an ESCWA service or directly to an enterprise server region to access a catalog when working with data sets in the editor.
  • Multiple record selection- you can select multiple records and, where appropriate, can perform certain actions on more than one record at once.
  • Cut, copy, and paste functionality - traditional cut, copy, and paste functionality (including the standard Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, and Ctrl+V shortcuts) is now available throughout the editor.
  • New filter creation - a new process for creating filters has been introduced. A filter consists of one or more sets of conditions, and the resulting filter can include or exclude those records selected. The previous filter process is still available, but has been marked as deprecated.
  • Remote filtering - functionality has gone into Fileshare Server which allows filtering to occur server side when opening data sets on remote enterprise server regions. The filter process results in only those filtered records being downloaded to the data file editor client.
  • Find/replace functionality - you can search records in a data file to identify specific strings, and then if required, replace them.

Developing Applications on Remote Machines

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Developing applications on remote machines with Eclipse has the following enhancements:

  • New remote connection type: Micro Focus DevHub SSH Only - this new connection type utilizes the built-in SSH daemon on the remote machine, and so very little configuration is needed from the Micro Focus Enterprise Developer UNIX Components point of view (that is, there is no reliance on the RDO daemon/servers). This option can also relieve the burden on using an X Server implementation when running/debugging remote projects, as the 'SSH only' connection type can direct program output to the IDE's Console view.
  • New remote connection diagnoses: firewall - the client-side and server-side connection diagnosis reports now include enhanced details for potential firewall problems, for certain platforms (Red Hat 7.2 and later, CentOS 7.2 and later); see Remote connection troubleshooting. A new configuration file and utility is also available to help with configuration/troubleshooting issues; see Configuring the firewall.
  • Remote source files and debug symbol files - within a debug configuration for a remote project, you can now specify source files and debug symbol files that reside on a remote host other than the one containing the remote project.

Eclipse Integration

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This release includes enhancements in the following areas:

  • Supported Eclipse versions - this release supports Eclipse 4.16 (2020-06), which is shipped and installed with Enterprise Developer.

    Versions of Eclipse prior to this one are not supported.

  • Micro Focus Search - the search has been enhanced to filter results on the build action: in the Limit To section, select Files configured for compilation to only include files in the search results that have a build action set to Compile. The search results also include a new column, Build Action, that shows the current action for each file.
  • Formatting profiles - the formatting and clean up[2] preferences for your COBOL code are now stored in profiles. You can have many profiles per workspace, allowing you to easily switch between different sets of formatting for different projects. The profiles can also be shared between local workspaces and to other users, allowing developers to format code consistently throughout their team.
  • The following new preferences have been added:
    • Force native line endings when pasting with Ctrl + Shift + V, available from Micro Focus > COBOL > Editor: this option produces line endings native to the local operating system.
    • Show Compiler directive summary in editor, available from Micro Focus > COBOL > Editor > Compiler Directives summary: this option shows a summary of the Compiler directives in effect, in the editor.
  • Spool and Catalog views - you can now use Server Explorer to control the spool queues and catalogs for JCL-enabled enterprise server regions. You can submit JCL jobs to the enterprise server, and then view the spool queues as those jobs are processed. Also, you can manage the associated catalog, displaying and editing the attributes and content of data sets within. [1]

Enterprise Server

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This release includes the following enhancements:

  • Multiple Network Interface support - there is improved support for multiple network interfaces in some components, including better awareness of network interfaces and control over networking. This is a partial implementation and will be enhanced in future releases.
  • Extended IPv6 support - support is available in Micro Focus Directory Server (MFDS) and in the Micro Focus Communications Server (MFCS) listener for multiple IPv6 addresses.

    In release 6.0, you could only configure MFDS and MFCS listeners to listen on a single IPv6 address. In release 7.0, by default, MFDS and MFCS now listen on all configured IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, and can also be configured to listen on a combination of specific addresses.

  • HTTP improvements:
    • Additional security measures for HTTP, such as security-related headers.
    • Chunking support for large HTTP messages makes it possible to retrieve very large files from Enterprise Server regions.
    • Enhancements to CICS Web Interface and CICS Web Services.
  • Application Diagnostic Reporting for Enterprise Server - Application diagnostic reporting collects and packages a number of reports, trace, and log files into a single report file. See Application Diagnostic Reporting for Enterprise Server for more information.
  • Enterprise Server now supports automatic reconnection to the standby Queue manager in an Multi-Instance Queue Manager. See Reconnecting to an MQ Server in a Multi-instance Queue Manager and Enterprise Server XA Reconnect for more information.
  • The casmgr process has been optimized to improve the use of initiators when dispatching jobs across a PAC. In addition, improvements have been made to the way it manages the queue of jobs waiting to be dispatched.
  • Information has been added describing the best practice and the recommended approach you should adopt when performing a Patch Update to your PAC environment. See Performing a Product Upgrade to a PAC Environment for more information.
  • New operating modes, upgrade and quiesce, have been introduced for Performance and Availability Clusters (PACs). These operating modes can be used to facilitate the installation of product updates that introduce incompatibilities between PSOR data structures. You can check for incompatibilities using the new caspac utility option CheckCompat. An upgrade mode can be set when starting the first enterprise server region in a new PAC using the new casstart utility start-type option u. This upgrade mode will prevent participating enterprise server regions from processing batch workloads as part of its normal operation, and any EXEC CICS START requests will be rejected. See casstart and caspac in your product Help for more information.

    When enough enterprise server regions have been switched over to the new PAC, the old PAC can be set to operate in the quiesce mode. This prevents further batch workload and EXEC CICS START from being processed.

    The new PAC can now be switched to running mode so that batch workload and EXEC CICS START are enabled for processing again.

    Note: Before setting the new PAC mode to running, you must switch enough enterprise server regions to the new PAC to enable it to service the expected workload.

Enterprise Server Common Web Administration (ESCWA)

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This release offers the following improvements:

  • MFDS User Interface functionality replacement - ESCWA now replaces the MFDS inside the IDE as the engine that provides access to and management of regions. ESCWA provides all the functionality that was previously available from MFDS. This release includes the following enhancements:
    • Delete all regions.
    • Session list.
    • Renew listening addresses.
  • ESMAC User Interface functionality replacement - the following ESMAC features have been implemented in ESCWA:
    • Resource Filtering. See CICS Resources for more information.
    • Millisecond support. See Threshold, Monitor, and Active PCT for more information.
    • Control the scope for all changes to timeouts, trace flags, and memory strategy when applied to regions in a PAC. See ES Control for more information.
    • Enable Application Diagnostic reporting. See ES Control and Application Diagnostic Reporting for Enterprise Server for more information.
    • Submission of local jobs from the JES Control page when CASRDO44_NEWSUB=OFF has been specified. See JES Control for more information.
    • View and reply to pending ACCEPT FROM CONSOLE statements. See Pending Replies for more information.
    • The messages after a JCL job has been submitted are now correctly JSON formatted. This page now works in ESCWA when MFJUXIT is enabled.
  • Import, export, and copy regions - you can now use the UI to export and import regions in various formats, including use JSON. You can:
    • Copy regions between Directory Servers
    • Import and export regions in JSON, XML or in the .dat legacy format. The legacy format can be converted to a modern format.
  • Mainframe Access (MFA) administration - ESCWA provides a modern Web UI and does not require you to use a separate terminal application. Features include:
    • Log in or off from MFA.
    • Change your MFA password.
    • View MFA server tasks.
    • Retrieve the XDBOUT log (Web UI).
    • Retrieve the JES spool files by DD Name (API).
    • Set the MFA and JES tracing level.
    • View the active MFA users.
    • Invalidate active user sessions.
    • View mainframe/MFA statistics.

    See Mainframe in the Enterprise Server Common Web Administration chapter for more information.

    The MFA API library has been exposed to enable you to test and use the requests that are provided. See MFA Interactive API Library for more information.

  • CICS resource support - the following resources are supported:
    • Resource Name List (RNL) CICS resource.
    • Thresholds CICS resource.
    • Extended Architecture Table (XAT) CICS resource.
  • Scale-Out and PAC administration - you can now:
    • Monitor Redis Sentinel and Cluster instances when used for Scale-Out Repositories.
    • Specify that all changes to timeouts, trace flags, and memory strategy can be applied to one of three options:
      • Only the local region.
      • All members of a PAC except the regions where local changes have been made.
      • All members of a PAC.

      You can configure this in ESCWA with the Apply Scope field on the ES CONTROL page. Alternatively, you can use the casutl utility with the /w option. See casutl for more information.

  • Multi-Network Interface Card support - ESCWA now enables you to configure Communications Servers and Listeners to listen on multiple IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. Previously, they were limited to listen on either all IPv4 addresses, or a single IPv4 or IPv6 address. Now a combination of any of the following can be used:
    • One or more specific IPv4 addresses.
    • One or more specific IPv6 addresses.
    • All IPv4 addresses.
    • All IPv6 addresses.
  • A new filter field resFilter has been added to the following ESCWA and ESMAC resource listing modules:
    • Every resource in By Type
    • Every resource in By Start L
    • Resource lists under Groups
    • Every active resource type except Locks

    This parameter will filter the list of resources displayed by ESCWA and ESMAC. In addition, a new environment variable ES_RDO_MAX_RESOURCES has been added that enables you to specify a limit to the number of records displayed. For JSON requests, the list being truncated is indicated by the addition of the JSON property "truncated": true.

Enterprise Server Security

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This release includes the following enhancements:

  • MLDAP ESM caching - the MLDAP ESM Module now implements LDAP search-result caching. This is controlled by the existing Security Manager cache settings, so that many installations will have this activated automatically. See the product Help for details.
  • Vault Hashicorp support - support is available for using a Hashicorp KV2 vault server as a local or remote vault.

IMS Support

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This release includes the following enhancements:

  • An IMS Automated Operator Interface (AOI) - allows an application program to send IMS commands to, and receive responses from IMS Transaction Manager using the DL/I CMD and CGMS functions. This support includes:
    • Enterprise Developer and Enterprise Server support IMS DL/I functions CMD and GCMD across all language interfaces. These functions are used to send IMS commands and receive responses.
    • Commands can be sent from applications compiled either ASCII or EBCDIC.
    • Commands sent using AOI are limited to those supported in Enterprise Developer and Enterprise Server.
    • You can install an exit program that enables programming support for commands not directly supported by Enterprise Developer and Enterprise Server.
    • The IMSAO.CBL and IMSAO.JCL sample files, located in %PUBLIC%\Documents\Micro Focus\Enterprise Developer\Samples\Mainframe\IMS\Classic\Examples (Windows) or /opt/microfocus/EnterpriseDeveloper/demo/ims/examples (UNIX), are provided to demonstrate the use of AOI.
    • The AOEXIT.CBL program, located in the same place as the other AOI sample files, is an example of an installed exit routine for processing of AOI commands. Instructions for this interface are described in the program source.
  • The JES aliasing feature can be used with IMS DLI and BMP applications run from JCL.[11]
  • APARM handling has been updated to use EBCDIC APARMs obtained from EBCDIC applications. In addition, the APARM positional parameter for DLI has been changed from 19 to 20 to be consistent with the IBM IMS documentation. The APARM positional parameter for BMP applications remains at 19. [22]
  • The ES_IMS_APARM_DLI environment variable has been added to enable the APARM handing behavior of previous releases. See ES_IMS_APARM_DLI for details. [22]

Library Routines

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The following library routines are new:

  • CBL_GET_ERROR_INFO - enables error processing routines to establish the location of the error that occurred to cause the error processing routine to execute. This is available on a restricted range of platforms.
  • CBL_CREATE_STACKDUMP - generates a stackdump file.


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AutoPass licensing technology

In this release, Micro Focus brings in the power of the in-house Micro Focus AutoPass licensing technology alongside Sentinel RMS. AutoPass has the following additional benefits compared to Sentinel RMS:

  • Usage logging which enables you to monitor the product usage. You need to install the AutoPass License Server in order to do this.
  • Ongoing support for all platforms that this product is available for.

Features include:

  • Installing this release installs both the AutoPass Daemon and the Sentinel RMS License Manager. Both of them are available in the Micro Focus License Administration tool.
  • You can have both AutoPass and Sentinel RMS licenses installed on the same machine. Optionally, you can switch off the licensing technology you do not use.
  • If you are an existing user of a Visual COBOL or an Enterprise Developer product, you only need an AutoPass license if you want to utilize usage logging or if you want to use your product on a platform on which Sentinel RMS is not supported.
  • If you are a new user of the Micro Focus COBOL products, you will normally be issued an AutoPass license.
  • Micro Focus will continue to provide Sentinel RMS in future releases of this product.
  • AutoPass licenses should be installed into the existing Micro Focus License Administration tool, and not in the AutoPass License Server.
Important: The SafeNet Sentinel licensing system has been deprecated and will be not available in this product starting with the next major release after release 9.0.

The SafeNet Sentinel licenses will not be supported after release 9.0 and you need to use AutoPass licenses if you use these releases.

You can replace your SafeNet Sentinel licenses with AutoPass licenses starting with release 8.0. Contact Micro Focus Customer Care for further information.

Installing licenses at the command line

On Windows, Micro Focus License Administration is now also available as a command-line utility.

For more about AutoPass and usage logging, and about Micro Focus License Administration, see Managing Licenses.

Mainframe Access (MFA)

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This release includes the following enhancements:

  • Improved file download and upload speeds - offers over seven times faster speeds for compressed files larger than 64K, and almost four times faster speeds for uncompressed files over 64K. This requires that you update both the Mainframe Access client and server, if you are using an older version of them.
  • Endevor transaction performance improvements - transactions with Endevor have been improved and are now around two times faster.
  • Support for MFDAS load and unload - load and unload-specific load library members are now available from the MFDAS command line. This enables you to interact remotely with Load libraries from the MFDAS command line.
  • SCLM export protection - you can now configure the MFA components to respect the SCLM managed flags. In this way, you can prevent outside source control changes to your managed datasets.
  • Drag and drop from the MVS Explorer to Catalog Explorer in Eclipse - you can now drag files to the ES Catalog from MVS Explorer instead of having to use the Mainframe Explorer connection.

The Micro Focus Database File Handler

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This release includes the following enhancements to the Micro Focus Database File Handler:

  • Oracle support: support has been added for use with Oracle databases (version 19c and later). Support is mostly equivalent to that of the existing databases, except that ODBC connectivity is not supported; connections must be made directly with the databases, using Oracle's OCI interface.
  • The dbfhview command line utility: a command line utility that generates database views from your Data File Editor structure files. These views allow you to view your data once it's stored in a datastore.
  • The mfdbcatc command line utility: a command line utility that helps you to relocate a disk-based catalog to a database. It can scan the current catalog, then generate a deployable response file that attempts to maintain the current structure of the catalog.
  • COBOL Run-Time System support for datastores: Library routines and variables that typically deal with files and folders on disk are now capable of also handling the SQL URLs required to reference file and folders in a datastore. Where appropriate, this is noted in the library routines documentation, and the topic 'The Datastore URL' gives full details of the SQL URL required.
  • Support has been added for Microsoft SQL Server and PostgreSQL users to host datastore, region and cross-region database resources in a single physical database. This support was already available for Db2 and Oracle users. See Using a Single Database for more details. [6]
  • Datastores, regions, and cross-regions being hosted within the same physical database can now share connections. This greatly reduces the number of connections an MFDBFH application would require at any one time. See Sharing Database Connections for more details. [6]

The Micro Focus Unit Testing Framework

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The following enhancements have been made to the Micro Focus Unit Testing Framework:

  • The MFUPP preprocessor has been introduced to provide a seam between your program and a unit test. This seam lets you access the internals of a program under test, allowing you to create granular unit tests from paragraphs or sections. The MFUPP preprocessor also provides the ability to mock programs or stub programs out to create a unit test.
  • In Eclipse, remote unit test projects for native COBOL can now be stored and run from Micro Focus Enterprise Developer UNIX Components.

Micro Focus Rumba

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Support for Micro Focus Rumba inside Eclipse has the following enhancements:

  • Multiple views for embedded Rumba connections - it is now possible to have multiple Rumba Mainframe Display views opened in the IDE, each having a different connection. You can enable multiple views from the TN3270 preferences for the IDE.
  • Connections to a server are now secured using SSL/TLS.
  • Import and export connection details - it is now possible to export and import connection details and share them between client machines.

PL/I Support

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Enhancements are available in the following areas:

PL/I debugger:

  • Much larger call stacks are now supported.

PL/I compiler compatibility:

  • New statements supported - DEFINE STRUCTURE, LOCATE.
  • Improved compatibility for the DEFAULT RANGE statement.
  • New built-in functions - AUTOMATIC, ENTRYADDR built-in function and pseudovariable, HEXDECODE, INLIST, ISLL, ISRL, REPLACE, and TIMESTAMP.
  • Support for the DIMACROSS attribute and for the PARM attribute on a declaration.

PL/I compiler functionality:

  • You now receive warnings when redundant WHEN clauses appear in a SELECT statement.
  • DWARF line number information is now generated on Linux and Solaris.
  • Improved compiler listings to show more attributes for parameters.
  • The editor in Eclipse is now sensitive to EXEC SQL Host variables, references, and modifications.
  • The PL/I Compiler and preprocessors are now used by default for background parsing in Eclipse.
  • In Eclipse, you can now format the code inside a PL/I program or only format selected sections.
  • The PL/I error messages in the product Help are now in sync with the messages shown in the product.

PL/I EXEC Preprocessor:

  • Provides information about host variable references/modifications for the background parsing.
  • Support for DB2 style comments in EXEC SQL Statements.

PL/I Macro Preprocessor:

  • The SCAN option of the ANSWER statement is now supported.
  • Improved compatibility of COMPILEDATE and COMPILETIME built-in functions.

PL/I Run-Time System:

  • The behavior of PL/I ON FINISH now matches IBM's behavior.
  • Improved compatibility for the JSONPUTVALUE built-in function - it now supports multi-dimensional arrays within structures.
  • Improved compatibility for the XMLCHAR built-in function.
  • PLIDUMP now checks the allocated memory chains for corruptions.
  • PLIDUMP can now display much larger automatic variables and parameters without consuming excess memory and CPU resources.
  • Support for the L format PUT EDIT directed I-O.

New Platform Support

Enterprise Developer for Eclipse is now available for the following platforms, using AMD64 & Intel 64 architecture:

  • Ubuntu Linux 20.04.x (LTS)
  • CentOS 8.2

Micro Focus Enterprise Developer UNIX Components is now available on the following platforms:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.2 (and later) for IBM Z Systems.