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VIsualAge Cobol vs IBM Cobol for os/390 & VM 2.2.0

VIsualAge Cobol vs IBM Cobol for os/390 & VM 2.2.0

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Hi there,
I have a great question for here !
We use visualage cobol for windows 2.2 on a windows NT OS for developping, compiling, testing.
We use too, legacy and ibm Cobol for OS/390 & VM 2.2.0 to compile and run our application after the step of developping on our windows nt station.

The problem is:
The compilation on legacy accept the fact or the way we declare in the code the declarative section but, on visualage cobol, we got an error about the same code with the message who said: igypa3216-s procedure division procedure-name "bla-bla-bla" was performed form a declarative section. The statement was discarded.

I'm on time to look and search the compile option who can permitted me to do the same compile on windows nt vs legacy ! If somebody can help me with this, i could be a great day for me !

Don't hesitate to given me an answer or a question !
Francis (some1no)

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