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PedroJuanMontero Absent Member.
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RMMFDataMigration

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Dear Sir,

When we usin the RMMFDataMigration Project from Example of Visual Cobol for Visual Studio we get tweo ERRORs .

Error 1

* Compiling C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\obj\Debug\HelpWin.g.cbl

* Compiling C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\obj\Debug\MigrationForm.g.cbl

* Compiling C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\obj\Debug\AboutWin.g.cbl

* Compiling C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\obj\Debug\App.g.cbl

* Compiling C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\obj\Debug\RMMFDataMigration_Content.g.cbl

* Generating RMMFDataMigration.AboutWin

* Generating RMMFDataMigration.App

* Generating RMMFDataMigration.HelpWin

* Generating CvnDelegate

C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\MigrationForm.xaml.cbl (537,91-113) : error COBCH1713 : 'type System.IO.Path' has no visible static method 'DirectorySeparatorChar' with 0 parameter(s)

C:\MByB\DESCARGAS\rm2mf\RMMFDataMigration\MigrationForm.xaml.cbl (539,91-113) : error COBCH1713 : 'type System.IO.Path' has no visible static method 'DirectorySeparatorChar' with 0 parameter(s)

Done building project "RMMFDataMigration.cblproj" -- FAILED.

Build FAILED.

========== Build: 0 succeeded or up-to-date, 1 failed, 0 skipped ==========

2 Error

The file converted was as VARIABLE lengh record  not as a FIXED Record.

Regards,

PJM

Pedro Juan Montero Bernales

PJM Informatica Soluciones Globales

Santiago - Chile

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PedroJuanMontero Absent Member.
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RE: RMMFDataMigration

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Dear Sirs,

This Projects was provided for Micro Focus in  SAMPLES for Visual Cobol for Visual Studio, Then coresponded to Micro Focus Correct the Mistakes.

Many Thanks,

PJM

Pedro Juan Montero Bernales

PJM Informatica Soluciones Globales

Santiago - Chile

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RE: RMMFDataMigration

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This was Corrected with the following Post inb 2012...

RM to MF Data Conversion sample generates wrong format  

Pedro Juan Montero Bernales

PJM Informatica Soluciones Globales

Santiago - Chile

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Larry Hines Absent Member.
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RE: RMMFDataMigration

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'DirectorySeparatorChar' is a static property.

public static readonly char DirectorySeparatorChar

   Member of System.IO.Path

Summary:

Provides a platform-specific character used to separate directory levels in a path string that reflects a hierarchical file system organization.

For the second error you need a

record is varying

clause in the FD for the file.

Larry Hines, PhD
Software Systems Developer, Sr. Principal
Micro Focus

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PedroJuanMontero Absent Member.
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RE: RMMFDataMigration

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Dear Sirs,

This Projects was provided for Micro Focus in  SAMPLES for Visual Cobol for Visual Studio, Then coresponded to Micro Focus Correct the Mistakes.

Many Thanks,

PJM

Pedro Juan Montero Bernales

PJM Informatica Soluciones Globales

Santiago - Chile

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PedroJuanMontero Absent Member.
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RE: RMMFDataMigration

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This was Corrected with the following Post inb 2012...

RM to MF Data Conversion sample generates wrong format  

Pedro Juan Montero Bernales

PJM Informatica Soluciones Globales

Santiago - Chile

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