Got performance impacts of interfacing COBOL with other languages? Reduce them!

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Judith M. Myerson

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: June 25, 2012

Often businesses and government agencies need to interface COBOL with other languages as a more efficient way of updating their enterprise systems than replacing COBOL programs with those in other languages. In reality, COBOL interfaces come with some limitations. In this article, the author explains the performance impacts of interfacing COBOL with other languages and gives some tips to avoid becoming reactive to adverse impacts.

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