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While there is literature describing how to use .NET controls in PB (see for example, past issues of this magazine), all are silent on how to set control properties at runtime and how to persist them. This article will address both issues.


Originally broadcast November 2 2010

Appeon 6.5 is the latest release of the most-popular Web deployment solution for PowerBuilder. This release of Appeon boasts support for PowerBuilder 12, JBoss open-source application server, and 64-bit OS, just to name a few. We will spend 30 minutes to guide you through the key new features of Appeon 6.5.

More Information:
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Click here to watch the recorded webinar

Appeon 6.5 for PowerBuilder will be available in the market in March 2010. Appeon has published the major new features that will be offered with this release:

Productivity for developers greatly enhanced: Server call analyzer / Configuration import/export / QuickTest Pro compatibility.
More thorough support to PowerBuilder features: Web Services data source / BYTE data type / SaveAs PDFs,images / FileReadEx,FileWriteEx / Printer page customization.
Platform extended & upgraded: JBoss server supported / 64-bit processing / Windows 7 / IIS 7.5 / Sybase EAServer 6.3.
Added new Web-specific features: Call Web Services / Multiple Appeon Server instances install / Multiple profile instances deployment.

-?To read the complete new features, download the PDF datasheet of Appeon 6.5 for PowerBuilder here
-?The beta release of Appeon 6.5 is still open for public test run.
Developers can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get the complimentary copy!

John Strano [...] demonstrated some impressive new features of the new version of PowerBuilder, including a fly-away image effect as well as DataWindow skinning. Of course, this is all based on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and the WPF DataWindow. I found it all quite impressive. I think we're about to experience one of the biggest leaps forward in PowerBuilder functionality that we've seen in recent history. My nagging concern is that in order to become fully ".NET," Sybase has to commit to Microsoft developed technologies. And if there's anything constant about Microsoft, it's that they keep switching out technologies.
PBDJ article, by Bruce Armstrong

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New version 3.0 includes a brand new C++ engine that boosts performance, support for Appeon and PB.NET, support for user-defined translations, translation of datawindow buffers, and many new APIs for improving performance and flexibility. Our benchmarks report performance boost of translation algorithms between 2x and 200x!

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