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NetCobol for dotNet

NetCobol for dotNet

NetCobol for dotNet

Hi NetCobol Experts

I need some info (weblink or manuals) on Windows Forms Applications. I got some from Fujitsu manuals, but there's not enough. I need some info or examples using windows' controls and functionalities, such as listView, lsitbox, controlling cursors, etc.. I'm desperate for info and samples of using windows forms in netcobol .Net

much thanks in advance

RE: NetCobol for dotNet

If what is in the manuals is not enough then I suggest you contact the vendor - assuming you have paid for a legitimate copy then that should include support. If you want web links then search the web.


RE: NetCobol for dotNet

sulutumu, welcome to Tek-Tips.

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assuming you have paid for a legitimate copy then that should include support

Nic, this is a bit unfair. My experience includes managing the customer support for a COBOL vendor. sulutumu's request would definitely fall outside of product support. If you caught the support person on a less-than-busy day, you might be able to get a few hints, such as mikrom has provided. While not a perfect analog, warranty repairs to an automobile do not include driving lessons; someone else makes a business of providing driving lessons.

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