Powerbuilder 6.5 App Running on Windows 2K
Once we converted our workstations to Windows 2000, our application's .EXE
(written in Powerbuilder 6.5) will not maximize after it's been minimized.
This only happens during a "load" (user function of the application) ,
which is doing heavy cursor processing and database lookups in the PB
scripts. While this is going on, if the app was minimized, it can never be
maximized and you don't know when it's finished.
...PowerBuilder 7 Application running with Windows 2008 RemoteApp
I have a Problem with an Application running over Windows
2008 RemoteApp, the application can't print with local
printer, only the printer of server works correctly, This
Printer is loaded with VBS. I need an help about it!!
PS: The application was Built with PowerBuilder 184.108.40.20690
Should install exactly same dirver on both server and local machine, and
TService shoul automatically create a virtual printer on the server pointing
to uyour local machine.
If not working, look at www.elusiva.com. they seem to have a cheap solution
for remote printing ( never personnaly used...Run time Datawindow error in PowerBuilder 7.03 Apps.
We are in W2K environment, database is running SQL Server 2000 Standard on
W2k SP3. The app. is built using PB7.03 10077. The run time is compiled in
PBDs not DLLs.
We have several run time reports are nested and sharing retrival arguments
between the master and nested reports. Not knowing why since last Tuesday,
we no longer able to run these reports, it either return all blank or give
error message "SELECT Error: Incorrect syntax near the keyword IS". I
discovered that some retrival arguments are not passing data correctly, it
was pass as either NULL or blank.
...PowerBuilder 7.x and Windows NT 4 Service Pack 6
Well, Microsoft has released Windows NT 4 SP 6 as of Thursday, October 28,
1999. Is anyone using the new Service Pack and is anyone aware of any
issues of PB 7 and SP 6?
Thanks in advance.
I tried it for the first time today. I was hoping that SP 6 was going to
fix some problems we were experiencing. No luck, but no problems with SP 6
Timothy Kelly <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Well, Microsoft has released Windows NT 4 SP...Running a Powerbuilder 11.2 application on Windows 7 64-bit comnputer
When I try to run a Powerbuilder 11.2 application on Windows 7 64-bit,
I get the following message:
Unable to load oci.dll.
I have checked the following items:
- only 1 Oracle home
- path statement is correct (ie: Oracle binaries precede
Windows environment variables.
If I use SQL*Plus to connect to the database, it works fine.
This is a Oracle library. Make sure that you have the 32bit oracle
client installed as that is what PB will need to access to make this
connection. I seem to recall, but have no specific exp...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...Using a PowerBuilder app to drive another Windows app
My users need to run a canned Windows application repeatedly with a variety
of parameters on a variety of datasets. In order to do this, they have to
log in, choose a menu item, key in some parameters, click an OK button and
exit. And then do it again and again and . . .
We want to set up a database with the appropriate parameters and write an
application to drive the process. We've considered Winbatch but would
rather not introduce another development tool . . . if it's not too hard to
accomplish the task in PowerBuilder.
This has to run in a Windows 95 or NT Workstatio...PowerBuilder 7.x
We product's current release was developed on PB 6.5. We are in the process
of developing the next release and are considerring upgrading to PB 7.x. I
am looking for recommendations from the PB community as to whether this
would be a wise move. Is PB 7.02 truly ready for use or should I stay on
6.5 for a few (3-6) more months? Any comments (positive or negative) are
I am still staying on 6.5.1 for now.
PB 7 really offers you nothing new, unless you plan to do n-tier
apps with Jaguar/Web Datawindow.
The only new thing that PB7 gives...PowerBuilder 7 on Windows ME?
Could I use PowerBuilder 7.0.2 on Windows ME platform?
I've used it in Win ME and now i'm using 7.0.3., since the upgrade it gives
less protection faults.
"AnthonyChen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu na mensagem
> Hi All:
> Could I use PowerBuilder 7.0.2 on Windows ME platform?
> Anthony Chen
>...Windows ME and PowerBuilder 7
Yesterday I received the PowerBuilder 7 Enterprise evaluation CD and
installed it onto my Windows ME workstation. Now everytime I reboot I get an
error dialog that tells me that the language dll failed to load and
indicates that the problem file is "wl50??t.dll".
Also, whenever I try to run PowerSite, I am told that Vbox failed to
initialize and the application does not run.
According to my research, PowerBuilder and SQL Anywhere Studio are the
products that will serve us best but I am concerned about these problems. Of
course, Sybase will not support evaluation copies of...PowerBuilder and Windows 7
I have not seen any statement from Sybase on PowerBuilder
and Windows 7 support.
We have a big customer that plans to convert to Windows 7
We currently use PB 11.2.
Can we expect that PB 11.2 will get a maintenance version
that will support Windows 7, or will it be 11.5?
Historically, PB has seldom added official support for OSes in
maintenance release; this usually comes in major releases. I've heard
Sybase say Win7 support will be in PB12.
That being said, MS seems to have done a pretty good job on ap
compatibility, and several PB apps have been running on ...One PowerBuilder app triggering an event on another PowerBuilder app's Frame
Running 2 concurrent PowerBuilder apps (both MDI). Is there a way to
trigger a user event on the frame of one of the apps from the other? I can
get a handle to the frame window, and I am guessing that a Send() of some
kind would do the trick, but I don't know which parameters to use or where
the parameters for the Send() are documented.
Thanks for the help.
I recently had the same situation. You can use send or post to send a message
to a window in another application. First you need the handle of the window
you are sending the message to. Since it is in another applica...App built with XE4 on Windows 7
I copied my app to a PC running on Windows XP and launched it. Seems to work. When copying it to a W2000-PC I get the following message when trying to run it:
+The procedure entry point GetSystemTimes could not be located in the dynamic link library kernel32.dll+
Does anyone know a work around for this problem? Would be great. Thanks and regards, Bob
Am 19.02.2014 16:59, schrieb Robert Brusa:
> I copied my app to a PC running on Windows XP and launched it. Seems to work. When copying it to a W2000-PC I get the following message when trying to run it:
> +The procedure...PowerBuilder 7.0.3 x Jalindi Igloo x CVS
We are software developers that use POWERBUILDER for 7 years, we always
faced the needs of implementing the SCM, but only now we are trying to do
so. I have studied PVCS Professional, but it is quite expensive. Thus, I
turn to CVS with Jalindi igloo. It seems to be very similar to PVCS but I�m
having problems on how to install it properly since I have no documentation
at all. I am not able to check an object out successfully through Jalindi
within PowerBuilder 7.0.3 build 10108. I always get the message below:
C:\SDP> cvs edit trata_erro.srf
cvs edit: no such file...