XML parser for PowerBuilder
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Has anyone created one or seen one for sale?
I'd hate to have to reinvent the wheel...
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Anyone know where one can get a good xml parser for PB8.
Looking Forward to hearing from you.
XML SDK 4.0 from Microsoft. Available free at MSDN.
regards .. Chris
<Roberto_Ballinas> wrote in message
> Anyone know where one can get a good xml parser for PB8.
> Looking Forward to hearing from you.
...Anyone have a XML Parser for PowerBuilder?
I am looking for an XML parser for PB. Any example code would be helpfull.
I am using the MSXML.dll control ('Microsoft.XMLDOM'). I have code that can
create the object and load the xml file. I also need to use the
'Microsoft.XMLHTTP' portion of the msxml.dll. If you have used these I
would love some direction. I have read the older postings from July and
they got me started.
Thanks in advance - Rudy
As far as I know, nobody has "wrapped" an XML parser in PB... Microsoft's
MSXML is easy to use as an OLEObject, but you have to keep flipp...XML Parser for Powerbuilder #2
Is there an XML parser for PB 8 available somewhere?
People have been using the MS COM object. Use groups.google.com and
the Advanced search capabilities to search just this newsgroup for old
messages on the topic. XML features have been announced for PB 8.5,
although specifics haven't been announced, and I believe the time
frame for 8.5 is 2002Q1 (I'm not quite sure if they announced 2002Q1
or 2001Q4 at TechWave).
Terry [TeamSybase] and Sequel the techno-kitten
On Mon, 10 Sep 2001 11:23:01 +0200, "Jan Erik Hermansen"
<jeh...XML Parser for PowerBuilder? NT
Does such a thing exist?
>Does such a thing exist?
MS provides a free parser that you can use from PB. I've been playing with it just a bit - I'll
post my sample code at the end of this message. It's quite rudimentary but getting started is the
hardest part, and it accomplishes that. For further info on the ms xml parser, see
lole_dom = create oleobject
lon...PowerBuilder with SAX- XML Parser any idea?
I am using MSXML-parser to parse XML document with DOM technology. It is
consuming a lot of memory, since document volume is high. Can I use SAX
technology instead of DOM with PB..?. Through VB it is possible, but
through PB can we use it directly or indirectly?
I don't think so - not natively, anyway. I looked into this briefly a while
The SAX APIs need pointers to callback routines that fire when specific
"events" occur in the processing of the incoming XML string. Since PB can't
deal with that kind of argument, we went with MSXML and their imp...Can anyone provide an XML parser in PowerBuilder?
Can anyone can provide me an XML parser that I can use in PowerBuilder?
Native PB code is best, ActiveX or dll with source code also accepted.
Get the MSXML parser from Micro$oft. http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml
It registers as an ActiveX control, and you use it in PowerBuilder as an
Paul Horan [TeamSybase]
"Feng Zhu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi, all.
> Can anyone can provide me an XML parser that I can use in PowerBuilder?
&...XML and PowerBuilder
Is anyone aware of an XML parser/utility which can be used with
PowerBuilder? (DLL or something similar?)
Who is user GENERAL FAILURE and why is he reading my disk?
...PowerBuilder with XML
I suggest that PowerBuilder support XML.If PowerBuilder have XML function
or component,it will be much better than Delphi!
I agree. With the database world increasingly dominated by XML, I find that
searching the (beta) help files for PB8 there is not a single mention of
XML, like this has passed by the folk at Sybase. What we need, at the
very least, is a datawindow to output XML and accepts XML as input. I guess
we will have to wait for PB9 now
"Barkely" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:...XML in Powerbuilder
Is there functionality in Powerbuilder 7 or 8 for XML? Where could I find
out more about it?
There is no built-in XML support in PB7 or 8. PB9 will feature an XML parse
and XML export/import support in the datawindow/datastore.
In the meantime, you are limited to string concatenation and using the
Microsoft MSXML parser via OLE automation.
Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase]
Sybase Developer Network -- http://sdn.sybase.com
<Jonna> wrote in message
> Is there functionality in Powerb...Use PowerBuilder DLL in PowerBuilder
We use PB6.5.
We would want to use a DLL create from PB in a PB application.
We compiled an a PBL as DLL.
After we tried to use DLL in a user object external, but without success.
How can we do to use DLL create from PB or use in a new PB application some
object (visual and no) before compiled with PB?
Any help will be appreciated.
When you create a DLL from a PB library it is not really a standard Windows
DLL. I'm not sure what the difference is. If you are making calls from PB
then just use the standard PB calling syntax the ...Powerbuilder 5 to Powerbuilder 10
We have migrated our application from powerbuilder 5 to powerbuilder 10.
after migration to version 10, alignment in most of reports disturbed.
please advice me some solution.
On Fri, 29 Feb 2008 12:45:01 +0100, Adnan Jamil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Hi all
> We have migrated our application from powerbuilder 5 to powerbuilder 10.
> after migration to version 10, alignment in most of reports disturbed.
> please advice me some solution.
Is this a SQL Anywhere question?
If not, you have posted to the wrong forum.
If yes,...Migrating PowerBuilder 8 to Powerbuilder 11
I am migrating a PFC based Powerbuilder 8 App. to PowerBuilder 11, I
am getting errors like illegal data type.
for a NVO n_cst_platformwin32 i am getting a syntax error, its not
allowing me to open that object.
Requesting your help
thanks & regards
If you're object (or any related object) failed to migrate
successfully, you won't be able to edit it in a regular painter;
you'll have to Edit Source to modify it.
If you're migrating, a glance through my Migration Guide (see below)
may help. The methodology there would allow you to identify...Upgrade to PowerBuilder 9 or PowerBuilder 10?
Our company is going to upgrade PowerBuilder. Currently we are using version
7, and we are going to upgrade either to version 9 or 10.
Does anyone have any recommendations if we should go for version 9 or 10?
What is the current release of version 10, and is it stable or is there a
lot of bugs?
If you have any hope of running the applications in the future on XP, W2003
or soon to be W2006 (LongHorn) you will have to jump over to UniCode - ie
PB10. So personally, I would recommend starting with P...