Net Express for e-COBOL development
Software solutions vendor Micro Focus has released Net Express 3.0, a development environment that will allow organisations to make legacy COBOL applications Web-ready across multiple platforms.
Micro Focus claims the new Net Express can be used to migrate COBOL-based appli-cations to Windows NT and UNIX platforms, as well as to develop new distributed app- lications using enterprise components derived from COBOL.
Available through Advanced Software Engineering (ASE), Net Express 3.0 is priced at $8550.
Tel (02) 9904 6111
T Data announces Pick Systems' D33
T Data, the Australian distributor of database management specialist Pick Systems, has announced the immediate availability of the database management system D33 Linux v 7.1 with Red Hat Linux v 5.2.
According to Pick officials, the system offers rapid economical application design, development and deployment capability and is highly scalable.
The company claims the new release will make more than 4000 existing Y2K-compli- ant applications developed by Pick's VARs available on the Linux platform.
Tel (02) 9980 8122
Sun's WorkShop 5.0 for Solaris
Sun Microsystems has released Version 5.0 of its Sun WorkShop collection of development tools for Solaris OS. Version 5.0, which includes C++ and Fortran tools, lets developers build year 2000-compliant 32-bit or 64-bit code. The C++ tool, Sun Visual WorkShop 5.0 C++, has the latest additions to the ANSI/ISO C++ standard. The Fortran tool, Sun Performance WorkShop 5.0 Fortran, helps developers build applications with optimised performance.
The single user development package is priced at $4250 and is available now.
Tel 1800 628 193