X-A Open: can you analyze all the code in your system?


IBM i is one of the most versatile operating systems in the world, supporting numerous languages, and capable of interacting with other operating systems in your environment. You may already use X-Analysis to analyze and graphically document the RPG, COBOL and CA 2E (Synon) on your IBM i, but what about other code types? What about code on other platforms that interact with the IBM i? Or even code that doesn’t interact with the i at all? X-A Open provides insight into a wide variety of other languages, on IBM i or off.

 

X-A Open analyzes numerous languages

X-A Open lets you analyze most languages in your system. It generates a cross-reference repository for selected modern languages in a manner similar to X-Analysis. Languages such as Java, PHP, VB, VB.NET and ASP can be analyzed just like RPG. All you need are the sources, no matter where the applications are deployed. You can even use X-A Open to analyze languages such as PowerHouse and COBOL running on systems that have no interaction with your IBM i.