Powerbuilder Documentation 12.0

Powerbuilder Documentation 12.0

Program Access Techniques – PB Docs 120

Program Access Techniques This part presents a collection of techniques you can use to implement program access features in the applications you develop with PowerBuilder. It includes using DDE in an application, using OLE in an application, building a mail-enabled application, and adding other processing extensions. Document get from Powerbuilder help Thank you for watching.

Chapter 35 Packaging an Application for Deployment – PB Docs 120

Chapter 35 Packaging an Application for Deployment About this chapter This chapter tells you how to prepare a completed executable application for deployment to users. Contents Topic About deploying applications Creating an executable version of your application Delivering your application to end users Document get from Powerbuilder help Thank you for watching.

Using a RichTextEdit control – PB Docs 120

Using a RichTextEdit control A RichTextEdit control in a window or user object lets the user view or edit formatted text. Functions allow you to manipulate the contents of the control by inserting text, getting the selected text, managing input fields, and setting properties for all or some of the contents. You define RichTextEdit controls…

Web DataWindow on EAServer – PB Docs 120

Web DataWindow on EAServer You can run the Web DataWindow server component on EAServer using JSP as the page server. The component transaction server and the page server can run on the same or on different computers. Files required on the transaction server Two types of files are required on the transaction server: The PBLs…

Providing online Help for developers – PB Docs 120

Providing online Help for developers Two ways to provide Help There are two ways to integrate online Help for your user-defined functions, user events, and user objects into the PowerBuilder development environment: The User button In the PowerBuilder main Help window, the User button is hard-coded to launch a file named PBUSR120.HLP: Context-sensitive Help For…

About TreeView controls – PB Docs 120

About TreeView controls TreeView controls provide a way to represent hierarchical relationships within a list. The TreeView provides a standard interface for expanding and collapsing branches of a hierarchy: When to use a TreeView You use TreeViews in windows and custom visual user objects. Choose a TreeView instead of a ListBox or ListView when your…

Using rich text in an application – PB Docs 120

Using rich text in an application Rich text format (RTF) is a standard for specifying formatting instructions and document content in a single ASCII document. An editor that supports rich text format interprets the formatting instructions and displays the text with formatting. In an application, you may want to: Provide a window for preparing rich…

Preparing consolidated databases – PB Docs 120

Preparing consolidated databases Whether you are designing a new database or preparing an existing one to be used as a MobiLink consolidated database, you must install the MobiLink system tables in that database. SQL Anywhere provides setup scripts for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and IBM DB2. A setup script is not…

Chapter 34 Building InfoMaker Styles and Actions – PB Docs 120

Chapter 34 Building InfoMaker Styles and Actions About this chapter This chapter explains how to build styles in PowerBuilder and provide them to InfoMaker users. Contents Topic About form styles Naming the DataWindow controls in a form style Building and using a form style Modifying an existing style Building a style from scratch Completing the…

Accessing component properties – PB Docs 120

Accessing component properties ContextKeyword service object You can use the ContextKeyword service object to get a specific component property value from the component’s .properties file. To retrieve a property value, you call the GetContextKeywords function (to enumerate all the properties of an EAServer component, use the Jaguar::Repository API). Before you can use the ContextKeyword service…