powerbuilder 7.x on NT with Service Pack 2
We've recently installed Service Pack 2 on some machines in the office, and
now when we run our pb app, when it calls an ocx (written in C++) its
unable to find the object.
I don't know if this is a pb(7.0.3) or a VC++ problem. The list of fixes in
SP2 is huge, so don't really know where to begin.
Any advice would be gratefully received.
Try to re-register the OCX using regsvr32.exe.
<Mary_HIcks> wrote in message
> We've recently installed Service Pack 2 on some ...Unicode PowerBuilder for Windows NT 4.x
I 'm trying to determine the feasibility of an integration effort
between our application and a partner company's application.
The problem is this: up until this point, our company was using the
standard PowerBuilder for Windows; that is to say, it uses ANSI
strings. The application we want to integrate with is COM-based, and
uses UNICODE strings. Nearest as I can tell, there are two options,
neither of which is adequately explained in the documentation. Any help
on either of the following would be appreciated:
1) The 'ToUnicode/FromUnicode' functions ...PowerBuilder application as a Windows NT 4.0 Service
I am trying to transform my PB 5.0 application into a Windows NT
service. My application opens a window, create a transport object and
starts Listening. I would like this application to be installed as a
service (for remote maintenance).
I tried to use the INSTSRV.EXE program without success.
Do I have to use the 32 SDK functions ?
Any help ?
Why not create it as an OLE Server and then register it.
bb wrote in message <34A3E444.5C54@ccbp.fr>...
>I am trying to transform my PB 5.0 application into a Windows NT
>service. My application opens a window, create a transpor...Problem with MAPI under Powerbuilder 6.5 and Windows NT 4
I have developed an application that sends mail via a Microsoft Exchange
Server using the MAPI commands within Powerbuilder. The application works
fine under Windows 95 and sends the mail as expected.
When I attempt to run the application on any Windows NT 4.0 machine I
receive a Microsoft Exchange error with the message. 'Your Microsoft
Exchange Server is unavailable'.
I have attempted to use the MAPI example provided with Powerbuilder and also
receive the same error message.
Can anybody help?
That usually means ...powerbuilder 6.5 window plugin no longer works in IE5 Service Pack 2
Does anyone know a solution to the problem that the Powerbuilder 6.5 window
plugin does not work due to changes Microsoft have made in IE5 Service Pack
2 - IE6 will cause the same problem
There is an article at
htttp://rosetta.berkeley.edu/wwwboard/messages/128.html that explains what
Microsoft have gone and done but basically my web based application does
not work and I have people complaining.
Go to this sybase article
<steve_barfield> wrote in message
>...ASA 18.104.22.1688 with NT 4.0 Service Pack 6
I have a client who is having this problem that he starts the database
server on his NT 4 machine but none of the client applications can connect
to it. I have checked the database , it works fine with local engine
(dbeng7.exe) and applications can connect to it without any problem , when i
start it within the Server , applications cant connect to it , infact even
applications running on the same NT 4 machine cant connect to it ( using any
of TCPIP,netbios, named pipes or shared memory protocols) , this is really
strange. I have implemented this successfully with the same con...PowerBuilder 4.x/5.x and Windows 98
I have been running apps built on PB 4.x/5.x for *ages*, also after
upgrading my Windows95 to W98. However, yesterday I swapped the hard drive
for a larger one, thus I did a fresh Win98 install, *not* an upgrade. I.e.
no remainders from Win95 around. This time, PB4.x/5.x install OK, but refuse
to start. 4.x reports "a device connected to your system is not functioning
properly" and 5.x reports "initialization failure. Cannot start". This is a
*bit* annoying, since I rely on the PB4 app to pay my bills which are soon
overdue... Anyone with similar experience? Grateful...Powerbuilder 6.x connectivity to ODBCJT32.DLL (ver 4.x)??
I'm using PB 6.x and having problems connecting to datasources that use
ODBCJT32.DLL (ver 4.x). If the odbcjt32.dll file is replaced with an older
version (ver 3.5x) then it works fine. Is there a way around this
connectivity issue without replacing the file? Is there a section in the
PBODBC60.INI file that can be added to help...and if so, does anyone have
that information? Are there other issues to be concerned about?
Any help or tips would be greatly appreciated.
...PB 4 and Windows NT 4.0 service pack 5
We have a pressing problem here ... having upgraded some clients to Windows
NT Service Pack 5 (to prepare for Y2K), our most important finance
application has started behaving strangely. When a dropdown list box
datawindow column loses focus, the column is blanked out. I suspect the
PB4dknti depolyment kit is not fully compatible with the new NT service
The deployment kit is dated 03-04-96. Does anyone have a newer version they
could share with us, or do you have a workaround ? Thanks in advance,
Jesper Hostrup Hansen
WHO/Regional Office for Europe
...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 6.X as service on NT 4, NT will not reboot wihout user intervention ???
Hi, out there
I have ASA 6.03 running as a service on an NT 4 machine ...
when the user wants to reboot his machine, ASA always comes up with
a message that ASA is still running and asks if it can shutdown...
how can i prevent the message from poping up..and interupting the reboot
In the service control panel, uncheck the INTERACT with DESKTOP checkbox.
If you want to see the console, use dbwatch.exe ( on sqla 5.5, don't know
the name for asa6)
"Wim Mintiens" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:DCtc...Powerbuilder 7 (NT) to Powerbuilder 8 (win2000) has migration issues
I work for a company called Stanley Associates, and we have independent
applications that were created under powerbuilder. Up until recently we had
been using PB7 without any problems or compilation errors. Upon creating a
new workspace, adding a target, and doing the initial rebuild, we ran into
several information statements and even some errors in our
migration/compilation. Silly statements like window name is invalid due to
global variable of same type, or incomatible types in assignment.
several erorrs and information that make no sense, yet never came up in
version 7. What ar...Can't start X windows when the openSUSE11.4 kernel update to 22.214.171.124-0.7
Last night,I upgraded the kernel to 126.96.36.199-0.7,when I reboot the
system it can't start X windows.
the logfile: /var/log/Xorg.0.log
not srceen found
Who can help me?
> Last night,I upgraded the kernel to 188.8.131.52-0.7,when I reboot the
> system it can't start X windows.
> the logfile: /var/log/Xorg.0.log
> no drivers
> not srceen found
Can you reboot with FailSafe setting ?
Can you reboot with the grub menu bo...Running PowerBuilder 7.x app under Windows ME
Anybody know what the official status is with PowerBuilder 7.0.x projects
running under Windows Me???
The IS department here just updated some of our users machines to Window Me,
and I can't find anything about Sybase's official position for running a
PowerBuilder application on a Windows Me machine.
TIA for any information on this.
AFAIK This is not a supported platform.
According to the Installation Guide, NT 4 or higher or Win 95 or Win98 are
the required platforms. If you have a problem specific to WinME, you will