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This User Guide describes the communications middleware available with NetExpress.
If you are using NetExpress to create Web applications, no communications programming or configuration is required.
If, however, you need to connect your client COBOL program, across a network, to a server, this User Guide explains how you can use the generic client/server binding modules to do just that.
Chapter One, Introduction, gives a brief overview of the different methods that are available for connecting a client to a server with COBOL.
Chapter Two, Client/Server Binding, explains how you can use the client/server binding to connect a client COBOL program to a server.
The following type styles and conventions have been used in this User Guide:
cat script_name | more
The italic text denotes a variable that you type as part of the command.
column_nameis like the
pattern_value, or is not like the
pattern_value, depending on the absence or presence of the optional word
column_name [NOT] LIKE pattern_value
This paragraph only applies on UNIX systems.