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rm/cobol to visual cobol: application windows/dialogs using rmputil

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i have a program written in rm/cobol that i am trying to compile using visual cobol.  i am have set the proper dialect and its compiling successfully.  the problem i am facing is on the windowing system.  my current program calls rmputil to create the windows and dialogs.  since that is a compiled library that comes with rm/cobol (runpanel.cob, rmputil.cob, what are my options now?  is there source code available so i can recompile those? or i have to rewrite all my code? and what is available in visual cobol so i can do the migration easily?

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Ali

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RE: rm/cobol to visual cobol: application windows/dialogs using rmputil

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RM/Panels is the main component required to get this application running under Visual COBOL. This is something we're considering adding into a subsequent release of Visual COBOL.

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RE: rm/cobol to visual cobol: application windows/dialogs using rmputil

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Hello Ali, can you contact me at scot.nielsen@microfocus.com to discuss this further. Thanks

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RM/Panels is the main component required to get this application running under Visual COBOL. This is something we're considering adding into a subsequent release of Visual COBOL.

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