Micro Focus Server Express™

Server Express User Guide


Issue 1
January 1999

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This book explains concepts of Server Express, and how to compile, link and run programs.


You should be familiar with the COBOL language and with your operating system. You should read the Getting Started before reading this book.


MERANT was formed by combining Micro Focus and INTERSOLV. All reference to the companies Micro Focus or INTERSOLV in this book should now be taken to mean MERANT. Micro Focus is retained as the family name for the Micro Focus product set produced by MERANT.


The notation used in the books is as follows:

Command Lines

The notation used to describe the format of command lines is as follows: