Enhancements are available in the following areas:
Visual COBOL now includes a new Enterprise Server Common Web Administration interface (ESCWA). ESCWA is a web user interface and server for modern administration, monitoring and control of Enterprise Server. It offers improved usability that consolidates the different Enterprise Server user interfaces so that native and managed regions, and security stores can be managed in one place. Features include:
This release provides the following enhancements:
You can now create an identity column in your database by using a new XFD directive - IDENTITY_COLUMN. This must be specified on a numeric field.
This release includes the following enhancements:
This is the stable Long Term Support version of OpenSSL.
In previous releases, a secure connection to a Fileshare server was made using a certificate that represented the network location upon which the Fileshare service was located. This method is still supported, but does not distinguish between the exact Fileshare server that is being connected to when more than one service can exist on a single host system. With this change, individual Fileshare services can identify themselves by using a unique certificate. While running on the same host and registered with the same network endpoint.