|Title: Is your runtime library backward compatible?|
Do I need to recompile in order to run with each new version of iscobol.jar or other runtime libraries that you release?
I compiled with one build and then upgraded to a
later build. When I attempted to run my program I received the following:
Veryant guarantees the backward compatibility of the runtime framework when using official releases. Build 254, for example, is an intermediate build or a temporary fix (t-fix). The isCOBOL 2007 release was build 261. A program compiled with build 261 can be run by newer builds.
Note that isCOBOL does not have anything similar to the ACUCOBOL-GT -cXX and -zXX compile options (where XX is the version of the runtime).
To check the backward compatibility of your program you can use this command:
|Authored by: Veryant Support on Fri, Aug 28th, 2009 at 7:00 PM
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