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Question Title Working with isCOBOL, is there a native support for REST and SOAP Web Services?

Starting from the release 2014 R1, The isCOBOL Enterprise Information System provides techniques for REST/SOAP Web Service.

In the isCOBOL 2014 R1 Documentation, at the 'isCOBOL EIS-> Web Service Option' book you find all technical info related to this topic.

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