We still code in COBOL for all of our back-end legacy systems. No complaints. It just works.

Most of our new applications are written for our Intranet with Java and Struts running on Tomcat.

Thanx, PLA

Tom Liotta wrote:


This list is seldom active. In fact, it seems less active than it should be 
even if a 5% estimate of penetration for COBOL in the AS/400 world is a 
reasonable guess.

One post went by a few days ago; but I wasn't familiar enough with what the 
poster wanted, so I let it go. The question seemed pretty narrowly focused and 
best answered by someone who had done the same thing in the past.

But that's been it for a while.

I'm not sure if that means COBOL programmers have fewer problems than RPG 
programmers or not. Interesting thought.

Tom Liotta

cobol400-l-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

 1.  test-please do not open (mahalakshmi s)

I have subscribed recently. Since I didn't receive any group mails,
just wanted to send a test mail.

Sorry for the inconvenience,

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