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chris_websa_co_za Absent Member.
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Cobol with >Net

I am starting a program with Acucobol 9.11 and .Net with a product called SonicMQ.  I would like to know if anybody out there have done any programs using "net assemblies.  I am battling to find out how to use stored objects and the documentation provided is not very helpful

 

I am a COBOL programmer so either way is a new experience - the programmers have said we can use soap.  Once again I would love some helpful documentation..

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Knowledge Partner
Knowledge Partner

RE: Cobol with >Net

I looked at the SonicMQ datasheet and noticed that the product also provides a web services SOAP interface.  Would you consider using that interface instead?

[EDIT]

I see you mentioned the SOAP interface in your comments.

RMNet, a subprogram library newly available with extend 9.1, along with XML Extensions, will allow your COBOL program to be a web services client using the SOAP interface for SonicMQ.   

I cannot really judge the complexity of using the web services interface simply by reading the product datasheets.  However, interacting with web services is fairly straightforward. 


Tom Morrison
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

RE: Cobol with >Net

Have you looked at the example in 912\AcuGT\sample\dotnet\NETOBJECTS ... ReadMeSetUp.txt

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