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Export VisualAge Generator Source Code from ENVY

Export VisualAge Generator Source Code from ENVY

Export VisualAge Generator Source Code from ENVY

I inherited an obsolete VisualAge Generator developer's environment that contains a sizeable amount of source code in its ENVY data repository. The version of VisualAge Generator that I inherited is v3.1. The source code consists of all the code that results in a CICS front-end that gets generated for an application that used to run on our mainframe.

Is there any program or utility available where I can export the source code out of ENVY (say, to a text or XML file) outside of VisualAge? I actually tried launching VisualAge from the server. It did start but issued all kinds of error messages during start-up.

I have no real indepth experience with VisualAge; just enough to get in trouble. Hope someone can provide some assistance; even if the answer is "dude, you're screwed"!


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