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How to create an XML document from a COBOL program using XML Thunder
How to parse an XML document from a COBOL program using XML Thunder
In this section you will find older videos that use subtitles rather than voice overs. Some of the content is similar to the Intro Videos but here you can find focused How-To’s on some key topics. We intend to replace each of these over time to improve their quality as they are converted from no unsupported Flash files.
1 - Creating an XML Handler
Here you will learn how to create an XML handler that can be used to generate either Reader or Writer codes. Please select one of the different types of source available:
COBOL Data Structure
C Data Structure
2 - Mapping Data Nodes (optional)
This video demonstrates how to change the mapping information of an XML Handler. This optional step is particularly important when coming from a COBOL data structure where you already have an XML Schema to which you need to conform.
3 - Generating Code
This segment demonstrates the process of generating the COBOL source code for the XML handler created during the previous tutorials.
Navigating through the User Interface
This demonstration will show you how to navigate through the different panels of the User Interface and what they mean.
XML Thunder's Customizable Options
This video shows the different customizable options provided by XML Thunder™, how they change its behavior and how they modify the generated code. There are two levels of options, one affects the whole system and other is specific to each XML handler.
Toolset Default Properties
XML Handler Properties
XML Schema Design Time Validation
This video will demonstrate how to use XML Thunder in order to validate XML instances against XML Schema files at design time.
Start to End
Create an XML handler from a schema, generate a Test Harness and XML Writer, compile, link and execute the generated program, and examine the XML document written to a file.
COBOL Code Generation
C Code Generation