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Pinned topic Code generation style in RAD data binding generation from COBOL copybook

‏2013-03-30T14:39:53Z |
There are 3 generation styles when you generate the data binding bean from CICS/IMS Data binding wizard from COBOL copybook.

'Default' matches WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition V5.0 style.
'Shorten names' matches VisualAge for Java generation options: direct, no notification, no inner class, shorten names, with primitive type arrays.
'Preserve case of names' matches VisualAge for Java generation options: direct, no notification, no inner class, no shorten names, and with primitive type arrays.
Updated on 2013-03-30T15:02:42Z at 2013-03-30T15:02:42Z by ivyho
  • ivyho
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    Re: Code generation style in RAD data binding generation from COBOL copybook

    ‏2013-03-30T15:02:42Z  
    If you have WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition V5.0 style code, you can use the "Default" style in RAD.

    The other two options are to match an older product - "VisualAge for Java generation options".