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software controls. net that integrates with Visual COBOL MF 2010

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[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 28 February 2011]

There are any vendors of software controls. net that integrates with Visual COBOL MF 2010?
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As Visual COBOL 2010 is fully compliant with the base .NET Framework it is compatible with all controls compatible with the base .NET Framework. It will not work with Silverlight, the Compact Framework or the Micro Framework as far as I'm aware, accordingly controls targeting those frameworks are not compatible with VC2010 ...

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Visual COBOL 2010 is a product that is integrated with Visual Studio 2010.
3rd party controls that work with C# or VB.NET should also work fine with Visual COBOL.

Is there any particular type of control that you are interested in finding?, i.e. Winform, ASP.NET, WPF etc.?
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As Visual COBOL 2010 is fully compliant with the base .NET Framework it is compatible with all controls compatible with the base .NET Framework. It will not work with Silverlight, the Compact Framework or the Micro Framework as far as I'm aware, accordingly controls targeting those frameworks are not compatible with VC2010 ...

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Are there any 3rd party controls that work and generate code in Visual Cobol MF 2010?.
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I'm not aware of any .NET controls that generate COBOL, C#, Basic or otherwise ... A control is merely a class that inherits from one of the built-in .NET control libraries such as System.Windows.Forms.UserControl. You can access the control from any Visual COBOL program that supports that control type. Are you thinking of templates, perhaps?
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