• Subject: Re: Welcome
  • From: Esteve Soler Riu <esoler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 17:03:01 +0200
  • Organization: Davinci Systems, s.l.

Bob Larkin wrote:
> Welcome to our new users. I can't believe it has been so quite here.
> Doesn't anyone have anything to discuss?

Hi Bob :

        It's incredible. It seems the COBOL400 community does not exist.

        Perhaps everybody  is in the Y2K problem. :-)
        I'm a COBOL/400 developper in Spain.I have been working for 20 years in
cobol environments. Actually I'm trying to create new c/s aplications
with my favorite cobol "Acucobol". There is a new product called
"ACU-SQL" that interfaces directly the DB2/400. It's just like
SQL-COBOL/400 but in gui environment. Is there anybody in that little
world doing someting like this?. 

        I also run CGI's in cobol. My website, www.davinci-systems.es,
has a demos section that contains some examples of internet aplications
with CGI's developed in cobol ( they run in a solaris unix environment
with acucobol).


Esteve Soler
Davinci Systems
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