Some plan for a .NET Pocket Powerbuilder? And for a .NET Compact DataWindow?
Jim O'Neal of Team Sybase respond to my request on DW.Net
newsgroup that there is no plan for DataWindow.Net for
Compact .Net Framework. Datawindow.Net is still unmanaged
code and .Net Compact Framwork does not support unmanaged
PocketPowerBuilder is for Pocket PC. I woner why would I
care for its .Net version! Datawindow (not DW.Net) of
Pocket PB works on Pocket PC with Pocket PowerBuilder.
...Sample program using powerbuilder .net and asp.net
I am beginner in pb.net . So please can you provide me a sample program using
powerbuilder web application with asp.net.
with thanks and regards
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Part of the point of WebForms (and WinForms) is that you can deploy
any application to these targets without recoding. So, for a sample
app, take any sample that comes with PB. <g> No special coding
Of course, you have to make sure your app isn't dependent on
Good...Powerbuilder or .Net
I have an old application that was written in Power++ (C++ tool with
datawindows) It appears that the newer versions of Sybase SQL Anywhere may
not be compatable with this old datawindow. The question is if i need to
replace this application would it be better to use .NET or Powerbuilder. I
know C++ and have never used Powerbuilder. My application uses several
hundred datawindows so I was guessing that Powerbuilder may be an easier
port. How difficult is it to learn Powerbuilder?
Look at Datawindow.Net to port datawindows into a C# Framework. Datawin...PowerBuilder . NET
What is the meaning of the .NET Compiler under PB ?
Is going to be a generation of MSIL or C# code ??
> What is the meaning of the .NET Compiler under PB ?
> Is going to be a generation of MSIL or C# code ??
It means I will be able to use assemblies written in any MSIL compliant
language in PB and vice versa?
"Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase]" <SPAM_FREE_roy.email@example.com> wrote in
> Nestor wrote:
> > ...PowerBuilder.Net
I have mentioned this idea a couple of times but have not heard from any
I think that instead of spending a bunch of time and money adding .Net
deployment to PowerBuilder they should instead create a brand new product
PowerBuilder.Net would be a native .Net language that combined the best
features of PowerBuilder ( DataWindow, the way inheritance works, etc ) with
the .Net framework.
Being able to reuse existing PB code in the new product isn't as important
as being able to reuse developer knowledge. Allot of companies are
c...PowerBuilder 11 and .NET: Callback function that passes foreign types to PowerBuilder
I'm using a C# assembly to catch COM events (using IConnectionPoint
etc) from a particular API. But instead of handling the events
in .NET, I pass the information on back to PB so it simulates a type
of callback. It seems to work, but I don't know for how long.
This is the one the events that gets raised. The _notifyItemMethod is
the name of the method on the PowerBuilder object. The _pbSession is
obtained from the .Session property of the PowerBuilder object that I
pass to the constructor of the event handler.
public void NtfyItem(string oper, int flags, ...Net:Net:Net::LDAP::FAQ
Is there a possible to LDAP bind with an encrypted (SHA, SSHA, CRYPT,
....) password? I don't like to write the secret password to the perl
Wilbert Barbara (CI/OSI) * wrote:
> Is there a possible to LDAP bind with an encrypted (SHA, SSHA, CRYPT,
> ......Powerbuilder -- .NET Assembly
I have been struggling with PBNI on a project and am
wondering if there might be an easier way to solve my
problem. In the past our PB apps used DDE to receive
instructions (mostly logon/logoff). We are required to use
a different method of communication and one of them is an
ActiveXControlLib.dll (a .Net assembly generated from a an
ActiveX control). In C# communication with this dll is
quite simple but for the life of me I am stuck as to how it
can be done in Powerbuilder short of using PBNI (I know next
to nothing about C++).
Do I have any other options?
Thanks muc...Moving to .NET from PowerBuilder
I just read Sean Flynn's whitepaper (title = Subject), and I wondered what
the reaction was from the PowerBuilder faithful.
There are a few point I might quibble with (I'm very good at quibbling <g>),
but I would say this is a very realistic and accurate assessment of
PowerBuilder versus Augmented (by framework) .NET development capabilities.
So rather than scuffling in the thread "Using PB 11 Dot Net components", or
requesting features one at a time... would it not be more appropriate to
address the big picture?
I am using PowerBuilder 11 .NET
I am notsure if I am in the correct newsgroup. I have heard
that PB11 is .Net compatible. What does that mean? We have
an application uild in PB 9, how difficult is the conversion
to PB11? Can an application converted from PB9 to PB11 be
opened in Visual Studio? If the application is opened in
Visual Studio, wll this look like C# to a C# developer and
PB developer? What would the same program look like when
open with PB developer tools?
PowerBuilder 11 can compile your existing PowerBuilder applications to
..NET assemblies (as Windows Form, Web Forms, standalone assemblies, or
Web S....NET PowerBuilder Support
When does Sybase plan to support .NET objects in PowerBuilder? We already
use PowerBuilder 7 to create COM objects and have successfully deployed
them on MTS and called the COM object functions from ASP pages. As a
software vendor of library information systems our clients aren't
interested in purchasing Jaguar when they can run our web applications on
Microsoft's IIS/MTS for free.
We are planning for the next generation of our web products and have a
dilemma. We have already invested 5 years into writting PowerBuilder C/S
Windows and ASP/PB COM web applications. I...PowerBuilder 11.Net
Looks like the latest release of PB 11 seems to finally work with
PowerDesigner 12.x (12.1 in my case) instead of only PD 10.x. This should
make Dave Dichmann happy <lol>! So for you adventuresome testers out there
with PB 11 and PD 12.x, please try and make some QA time to test drive this
new symbiotic relationship <bg>.
If you do not have PB 11.Net but would like to join the PB 11.Net Beta
program, please follow this link:
Regards .. Chris
Thanks for the update!!! I kno....NET Developing and Powerbuilder
I think I am gona be crazy, all are asking for .Net
developers, Skills, I want someone to put some spots on what
is .Net developing and How Powerbuilder can help develop
such skills, and if I can use my PB skills into that field
or I have to go else where
Thanks in advance
I just spent a week trying to compare PowerBuilder to .NET. There's a few
recent posts in the general newsgroup you can look at. Basically, though,
..NET is a collec...