Powerbuilder 9.0 Migration from powerbuilder 7.0.3 problem
i was trying an migrate an powerbuilder 7.0.3 application to powerbuilder
9.0(PFC BASED APPLICATION (PFC objects version PB 6.5) ) during migration i am
getting this error.
tcmborrower.pbl(w_cursor_check).w_cursor_check.open.2: Error C0163: The
definition of referenced global variable sqlca was improperly compiled in object
Did anybody faced this kind of error?
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First error message which i got during the migration is :
tcmappl.pb...Powerbuilder 5.0/7.0 and MS SQL 7.0 Performance issues
We recently converted our app from Powerbuilder 5.0 to PB 7.0 -- the app in
PB 7.0 definitely runs slower on the client PC's than it did in PB 5.0.
Now we are migrating the database from MS SQL 6.5 to 7.0 SP2. We
successfully converted the databases in a testing environment, but now the
app runs terribly slow! I don't think it's a hardware issue -- the test box
is a Compaq 8500 quad Xeon 500 w/1GB Ram. We experimented running the app
as a PB 5.0 app against MS SQL 7.0 and the problem is the same. When we
execute SQL directly against the DB outside of PB, we see no perf...Powerbuilder 5.0.4 and migrating to SQL 7.0
We will be migrating from SQL 6.5 to 7.0. Does this require a recompile
of Powerbuilder applications, or just pointing to the new (7.0) database
in the .ini file? Any other suggestion and/or hints would be greatly
PB5 will not work with SQL 7.0. One person has said they got it working
fine but the general experience, and Sybase's position, is that you need to
upgrade to PB6.5 or 7.0
Dan Wolterink <email@example.com> wrote in message
> We will be migrating from SQL 6.5 to 7.0. Does this require...PowerBuilder 5.0 to 126.96.36.199
I hope this the correct venue for this question. I have a fresh install of
PB 5.0 and I need to upgrade it to 188.8.131.52. I have found plenty of
reference/downloads to 184.108.40.206 on the sybase website, but I need to go from
5.0 to 220.127.116.11.
Where can I download the correct patch/upgrade?
18.104.22.168 is no longer available. You can choose between 5.0.03 (bug infested)
and 5.0.04 (stable).
Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase]
Sybase Developer Network (SDN) - http://sdn.sybase.com
MySybase - http://my.sybase.com
"Dwayne Bordelon" <dwayne.bordelon@shawinc...The Complexity and Effort to Upgrade from PowerBuilder 5.0 to PowerBuilder 9.0
I am looking for any information you would have on the
Complexity and Effort to Upgrade from PowerBuilder 5.0 to
We are scoping out initial effort estimate documents and
I would start by searching this ng. Many folks have replied to questions
regarding migrations from 8 to 9, 7 to 9, 6 to 9 etc. The notes may not
answer all your questions but still should give you some valuable insight
<Brian Hauss> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> I am looking for any information y...Problem of PowerBuilder 5.0 and ASA 7.0
I installed ASA 7.0 evaluation copy for testing purpose. I can start
database server on ASA 7.0. However, when I want to see the data via
PowerBuilder. I found that the PowerBuiler 5.0 cannot display the ASA
7.0 ODBC driver and I can't make a database profile for connection.
Can you give me any suggestion to solve the above problem?
Have a look in the SQL Anywhere Help...
ASA Getting Started
PART 1. Moving to Adaptive Server Anywhere 7.0
...Migrating from PowerBuilder 6.5 to PowerBuilder 8.0
We are doing a feasibility study of migrating a PFC based
PowerBuilder Application from v6.5 to v8.0. This application is
heavily PFC depended and also includes many custom based core layers.
If anybody has done (PFC based) powerbuilder migration prior kindly suggest
the best approach on the following.
1) How to successfully migrate from PowerBuilder 6.5/PFC - PowerBuilder 8.0/PFC.
2) How to fix/resolve post migration errors etc... .
Any help or suggestion will be appreciated.
Thanks and Regards
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http://www.pfcguide....Code Migration from Powerbuilder 5.0 to 9.0
Was wondering whether anyone can provide any information on
this. Any info at all is welcomed thks :)
There's probably more postings. Here's a list of ways to search old
Terry [TeamSybase] and Sequel the techno-kitten
On 7 May 2004 02:32:18 -0700, Edward wrote:
>Was wondering whether anyone can provide any information on
&g...Migration to PowerBuilder 6.5 from Powerbuilder 4.0
I'm going to migrate from Powerbuilder 4.0 to Powerbuilder 6.5 soon.
I would like to know if I have to migrate previously to Powerbuilder 5.0,
or if it is possible to migrate directly from Powerbuilder 4.0 to 6.5. In
the last case I would like to know if I can have any problems during the
Thanks in advance...
On Wed, 17 Feb 1999 13:46:07 +0100, in
powersoft.public.powerbuilder.general "Jorge Salamanca"
>I'm going to migrate from Powerbuilder 4.0 to Powerbuilder 6.5 soo...ASA and PowerBuilder 6.0, 6.5, or 7.0
I am currently running PB 5.0 with an Oracle 7.3 database. However,
there is a great
demand for our remote users to gain access to the app. Therefore, I was
using ASA to deploy to our remote users. The problem is that stored
procedures are not
supported with the run-time version of the database engine that gets
deployed with the
deployment kit. My question is: Does PB 6.0, 6.5, or 7.0 and/or
deployment kit allow
the run-time engine to support stored procedures. If not, what are some
Any guidance will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
>My ...PowerBuilder 7.0 & Oracle 8.0.5
I am using PowerBuilder 7.0 Enterprise(EA Studio 3.0) with Oracle 8.0.5
using PB 7.0's Native Database interface and through ODBC on Win - NT/Win
Now I am facing one serious problem regarding Datawindow.
When I try to create Group DW through SQL Select, Datawindow gets created
successfully but if I try to change the height of Header/Footer Band then PB
immediately crashes displaying "Invalid page fault ..", sometimes PB crashes
on moving data elements also.
But if I connect to Adaptive Server then it works. I could not make out why
this happens. Please help me out
M...PowerBuilder 5.0.04 and Microsoft SQL Server 7.0
I am having problems with a powerbuilder 5.0.04 application that uses
pipeline objects. The only thing that has changed is the destination
database has recently been upgraded from Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 to
7.0. We connect via ODBC. After upgrading to 7.0, we get the -4
error code (i.e. Table Not Found).
Does anyone know if any new drivers are needed to support Microsoft
SQL Server 7.0?
I am not sure but there is a 3.70 ODBC Driver from Microsoft. I am not
sure the older driver works ok with MS 7.0.
Victoria Kelsey wrote:
> I am having...Triggers in SQL Anywhere 5.5.0 and PowerBuilder 5.0.03
I'm trying to get a series of triggers working, but am having lots of
difficulties. Initially, the following trigger did not update the
'product' table on an insert.
create trigger ti_inventory after insert on inventory
referencing new as new_inventory
for each row
update product set product.current_in_stock = product.current_in_stock +
new_inventory.qty_new + new_inventory.qty_used_excl +
new_inventory.qty_used_good + new_inventory.qty_used_poor
where product.product_code = new_inventory.product_code
I tried to put other commands into the t...Powerbuilder 5.0 against Visual Basic 5.0
Can someone give me some good advise why I sould use Powerbuilder 5.0
instead of Visual Basic 5.0 for making critical applications (With
SQL-server 6.5) ??
We are looking forward to build critical applications for around 100
Please sent your notes to e-mail: email@example.com instead of this
Mainly because you don't have to put up with all the crap found in the
Microsoft newsgroups when you need help. (Ads for pirated software
from Hong Kong, etc.)
There are a lot of other reasons as well (PB is OO, supports
inheritance, yadda yadda yadda)....