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February 11, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:17pm


By CBR Staff Writer

New York City’s Magna Software Corp has added Java classes and methods to the 2.4 cut of its Cobol-based Magna X mainframe development environment: Java CICS and Encina transaction processing clients can now be generated from the Magna repository, with IBM Corp’s CICS support available from this month; Encina from March, and other transaction processing monitors and Object Request Brokers to be added in future cuts, the company says.

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