IBM Software support lifecycle

COBOL for AIX 4.1.1, COBOL for AIX 4.1.0, COBOL for AIX 3.1.x, and COBOL for AIX 2.0.x

The announcement letter dates below are US only. Information for other country announcements is available on the IBM Offering Information page.


COBOL for AIX

Version
4.1.1
PID
5724-Z87
License type1
IPLA

Lifecycle dates2, announcement letters3 and other information

GA
28-Oct-2011, 211-349
Lifecycle policy4
Enhanced

Last updated: 26-Sep-2011.


COBOL for AIX

Version
4.1.0
PID
5724-Z87
License type1
IPLA

Lifecycle dates2, announcement letters3 and other information

GA
17-Sep-2010, 210-249
Lifecycle policy4
Enhanced

Last updated: 09-Sep-2011.


COBOL for AIX

Version
3.1.x
PID
5724-V62
License type1
IPLA

Lifecycle dates2, announcement letters3 and other information

GA
06-Jan-2009, 209-021
Lifecycle policy4
Enhanced

Last updated: 17-Aug-2010.


COBOL for AIX

Version
2.0.x
PID
5724-H44
License type1
IPLA

Lifecycle dates2, announcement letters3 and other information

GA
25-Jun-2004, 204-128
EOM
18-Dec-2012, 912-208
EOS
30-Apr-2010, 909-087
Lifecycle policy4
Enhanced

Last updated: 11-Jan-2013.

Notes

  1. Visit IBM's base license agreement information page for more information about ILAN and IPLA licenses. IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) terms are provided with your ICA Program software; you can also read an online version of the ICA (PDF format; get the Adobe Acrobat Reader).
  2. Lifecycle date definitions:
    General Availability (GA)
    The latest date that a version/release of the product is available to all users, regardless of language or media. A product version/release is not published on the Lifecycle web site until the GA date.
    End of Support (EOS)
    The last date on which IBM will deliver standard support services for a given version/release of a product.
    End of Marketing (EOM)
    The effective date on which a part number ceases to be included as active and can no longer be ordered in standard price lists.
  3. Some announcement letters may not be available for some product releases.
  4. Visit IBM's software support lifecycle policy page for more information.

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