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Dialog System

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I want to convert a NetExpress solution that has dialog system screen into Visual Cobol,  I have the Visual cobol on a separate laptop than the current NetExpress project.  Is there a standalone DIalog systems download that I can install on my new laptop to look at the screens for the new solution?

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RE: Dialog System

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Visual COBOL now supports Dialog System applications. You need to download and install the Visual COBOL Compatibility Addpack from the Supportline Product Updates page and then the DS screen painter will be installed in Visual COBOL. For deploying Dialog System applications you will also need to install the Compatibility Addpack over your COBOL Server installation.

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Visual COBOL now supports Dialog System applications. You need to download and install the Visual COBOL Compatibility Addpack from the Supportline Product Updates page and then the DS screen painter will be installed in Visual COBOL. For deploying Dialog System applications you will also need to install the Compatibility Addpack over your COBOL Server installation.

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I have a solution for converting the screens dialog system for VS2013, look at mmsis.com.br/converter.htm

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