Powerbuilder Documentation 12.5

Powerbuilder Documentation 12.5

Sec_Network_Auth – PB Docs 125

Sec_Network_Auth database parameter Description When you access a Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise database in PowerBuilder through Open Client, Sec_Network_Auth is one of several parameters that support login authentication for network-based security services. (For other login authentication parameters, see the See Also section.) Sec_Network_Auth controls whether your connection uses network-based login authentication. When Sec_Network_Auth is set…

Resource Files and Publish Type – PB Docs 125

Resource Files and Publish Type In a smart client application, image files that you add on the Resource Files page in the project painter are designated as Include files. They are installed in the same directory as the application�s executable files, libraries, and other static files. You can also specify that a file�s Publish Type…

PWDialog – PB Docs 125

PWDialog database parameter Description Controls whether a Password Expired dialog box displays in an application at runtime if a user’s password has expired. When PWDialog is set to 1, the Password Expired dialog box prompts users to change their passwords if they attempt to log in to the database with an expired password. By default,…

Unsupported Nonvisual Objects and Structures in Windows Forms – PB Docs 125

Unsupported Nonvisual Objects and Structures in Windows Forms Windows Forms applications support most PowerBuilder objects, controls, functions, events, and properties. This table lists all PowerBuilder nonvisual objects and structures and indicates whether they are currently supported in Windows Forms applications. When there is an X in the Partially Supported column of this table, see the…

Client_Locale – PB Docs 125

Client_Locale database parameter Description Client_Locale identifies the locale that the client application uses. When to specify Client_Locale You must specify the Client_Locale parameter before connecting to a database. Controls I10 Informix Syntax

Parameter Description language Two character name that represents the language for a specific locale, for example “en” for English. territory Two character…

ShowWarnings – PB Docs 125

ShowWarnings database parameter Description Specifies whether warning message text can be concatenated to existing error messages. Controls DIR Sybase DirectConnect Syntax

Parameter Description value Specifies whether warning message text can be concatenated to existing error messages. Values are: 0 (Default) Does not allow the concatenation of warning message text to existing error messages. 1…

NumbersInternal – PB Docs 125

NumbersInternal database parameter Description Specifies that numbers should be retrieved from the database using Oracle’s internal 21-byte binary NUMBER datatype format instead of using OCI strings. The NumbersInternal parameter is relevant only when you are accessing an Oracle database configured with an EBCDIC character set or other non-ASCII character set. When to specify NumbersInternal You…

PacketSize (ODBC) – PB Docs 125

PacketSize (ODBC) database parameter Description Specifies the network packet size in bytes when you access an ODBC data source in PowerBuilder. Many back-end DBMSs either do not support the PacketSize option or can return only the current network packet size. For information about whether the DBMS you are accessing supports PacketSize, see your DBMS documentation….

Using crosstabs – PB Docs 125

Using crosstabs To perform certain kinds of data analysis, you might want to design DataWindow objects in the Crosstab presentation style. The basic steps for using crosstabs in an application are the same ones you follow for the other DataWindow types, but there are some additional topics concerning crosstabs that you should know about. To…

Working with the DataWindow control in PowerBuilder – PB Docs 125

Working with the DataWindow control in PowerBuilder To place a DataWindow control in a window: Open the window that will contain the DataWindow control. Select Insert>Control>DataWindow from the menu bar. Click where you want the control to display. PowerBuilder places an empty DataWindow control in the window: (Optional) Resize the DataWindow control by selecting it…