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HP UX COBOL 2 years 2 months ago #1034

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Hi ,
I am Vipul.I want to know about HP UX compiler and HP UX COBOL which is currently running on HP 9000 server..
Can we migrate this to IBM X series server and what compiler we will use?

Thanking you.
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Re: HP UX COBOL 2 years 2 months ago #1035

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Vipul,

I'm sending this message to you via private e-mail as well as posting it in the Flexus Forum. Flexus has migration tools which can assist you in migrating your HP-UX COBOL over to the IBM X Series server.

In addition, one of the significant benefits of using the Flexus tools is the fact that your source code will be compiler independent after migration. That allows you to use any compiler which supports your target platform. We will help you become completely compiler independent so you can use any compiler desired. That includes ICOBOL, Micro Focus, Acucobol, RM/COBOL, COBOL-IT or IBM COBOL.

If you can send us one or two representative source programs, we can run them through our migration tool and return them to you so that you have a chance to evaluate the migrated code before you commit to a full migration.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your interest.
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Re: HP UX COBOL 2 years 2 months ago #1036

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Thanks Bob.

It is great that source code will be compiler independent.
After passing the code thru migration tool,OS will be unix or it can be any other OS?
I will try to get some code which can be passed thru migration tool.
what will happen to data files.Will these files remain same?
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Re: HP UX COBOL 2 years 2 months ago #1037

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Vipul,

Our migration solution will also support the ability to move the program across multiple operating systems, including any version of UNIX/Linux as well as Microsoft Windows.

Data files won't remain the same as each compiler manages data in a unique fashion, but indexed files should not be a significant problem to migrate to a new compiler.
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