This documentation includes:
- Working with Java Technology - Provides information that can help your ACUCOBOL-GT applications interoperate with Java. The chapter includes details about
methods for calling COBOL from Java and calling Java from COBOL. You can also learn about mapping Java data types, J2EE application
server technology, and Web services.
- Working with Windows Technologies - Explains how to leverage Microsoft Windows technologies in your ACUCOBOL-GT programs. The chapter includes information
about calling dynamic link libraries (DLLs), accessing the Windows Application Programming Interface (API), and using some
Windows-specific ACUCOBOL-GT features.
- Using ActiveX Controls and COM Objects - Describes how to include Microsoft ActiveX controls and COM objects in your ACUCOBOL-GT program.
- Working With .NET Assemblies - Describes how to call .NET assemblies from your ACUCOBOL-GT program and how to invoke COBOL from a .NET assembly. It also
discusses interacting with .NET Web services from COBOL.
- Working with C and C++ Programs - Provides information about how your ACUCOBOL-GT applications can interoperate with C and C++ programs. Learn about direct
calls from C to COBOL and from COBOL to C, interfacing to COBOL from C via the ACUCOBOL-GT C API, and matching C data items.
- Deploying ACUCOBOL-GT Applications on the Web - Explains our various technologies that help you deploy your ACUCOBOL-GT applications on the Internet. The chapter includes
descriptions of the ACUCOBOL-GT Web Thin Client and Web Runtime, our Common Gateway Interface (CGI) extensions, and more.
- Accessing ACUCOBOL-GT Applications from Mobile Devices - Explores the basic concepts of accessing COBOL programs from mobile devices running non-COBOL applications. You receive
background information on mobile terminology, infrastructure, and platform trends. Some mobile system design issues are covered,
and a sample mobile system with a COBOL back end is described.
- Working with Transaction Processing Systems - Discusses how ACUCOBOL-GT can interoperate with online transaction processing (OLTP) systems. You learn about transaction
processing in general, and then find out how ACUCOBOL-GT can work with specific transaction processing technologies.
- Working with Messaging Middleware - Explains how to integrate ACUCOBOL-GT applications with message passing middleware, specifically IBM WebSphere MQ (formerly
- Working with Non-Vision Data - Explains how ACUCOBOL-GT applications can interoperate with external data sources, including XML documents, SQL databases,
ODBC-compliant data sources, C-ISAM and KSAM files, and file systems that use an EXTFH interface to access files.
Other manuals in the
extend documentation set are referenced in this book as well. These manuals may be accessed from support section of the Micro Focus
Web site or installed from your product media.