At the moment we are using RM/Cobol, which is a
Liant's product. Some time ago we also used
Microfocus's Merant Cobol, which is quite much better,
but extremely expensive...
--- Merlin Moncure <merlin(dot)moncure(at)rcsonline(dot)com>
> > Eric and Tom: thank you very much for your help, I
> > will try your suggestions tomorrow at work.
> > The sql statements are issued from a COBOL
> > which can also issue the same statements to other
> > databases (MySQL, MS SQLServer), so the first
> thing Im
> > going to do is trying to change the encoding
> > which would be the most homogeneous solution that
> > wouldn't interfere with the other databases, that
> > currently handle well those strings with
> > data.
> > Thank u very much again!
> > Luciano.
> Just curious: what COBOL vendor/compiler are you
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