Video Tutorials - NetCOBOL for .NET

General techniques for the .NET version of NetCOBOL

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How to create your first NetCOBOL Visual Studio project
 
Visual Studio project properties, including
DLL/EXE properties
 
Part 1 of 2, showing how to compile Fujitsu.NET COBOL from a command line using the COBOLC interface. This type of compile can be done without creating a Visual Studio Solution. Part 2 of 2 shows batch file examples, along with a Resource file for compile options re-use.
 
See how to compile NetCOBOL for .NET COBOL programs using a Batch file in combination with a Resource file, which stores your compiler options (Part 2 of 2).
 
How to accept from the command line.
Differences between Micro Focus and NetCOBOL and changeover
 
How to create WinForms using NetCOBOL for .NET. Includes:
Adding controls
Modifying properties
 
How to program WinForms with NetCOBOL for .NET, covering:
Modifying properties
Return values
 
Retrieving data passed back to your program
How and when Dispose takes place
 
Mixed-language programming (Part 1)
Example of COBOL calling a Visual Basic .NET function
 
Mixed-language programming (Part 2)
Example of COBOL calling a Visual Basic .NET function
 
Setting compiler options
Using the option line
Using a file of options
 
Using COBOL copybooks in Visual Studio projects
Debugging with code containing copybooks
 
Connecting from COBOL to SQL Server using ODBC
Using app.config and the COBOL Runtime Environment Setup
 
Connecting to Microsoft Access database
using ODBC DSN
Using app.config
 
Connecting to SQL Server from COBOL using a connection string
Using app.config
 
Visual Studio 2008 interface to attach to a database
Testing a connection using Microsoft Access
 
Visual Studio 2008 interface to attach to a database
Testing a connection using SQL Server
 
Avoiding common JMP037 errors when using SQL connections
Settings in app.config
Using the COBOL Runtime Environment Setup Utility
 
Connecting to a SQL database from COBOL
An example of the COBOL structure to use
 
Using the NetCOBOL for .NET online help system
In particular, obtaining information on using SQL
 
Use of the Try/Catch exception logic
Using .NET data types with this logic