Monthly Archives: January 2013


Utilizing the .NET Framework System Diagnostics Code in PowerBuilder.NET Programs This short article will show you how to adapt Microsoft .NET Framework C# code examples for use in PowerBuilder.NET.  I’m using the System Diagnostics in one of my non-visuals to log errors and application problems to the Windows Event Logs. […]

Adapting .NET C# Example Code to PowerBuilder.NET


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Creating a PowerBuilder 12.5 WCF Web Service – Deploying to IIS – Start to Finish This is my latest article on PowerBuilder 12.5 WCF Web Services and it will take you through creating a basic WCF Web Service using PowerBuilder 12.5.NET and deploying the WCF Web Service to IIS 7.5 […]

Creating a PowerBuilder 12.5 WCF Web Service – Deploying to ...




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Prototyping Windows SDK calls to PowerBuilder API calls Calling windows functions from within PowerBuilder used to be somewhat painful but over the years it has become easier and the mapping between datatypes more well defined.  This excludes functions with a callback (having “Callback” as a datatype) that cannot be performed […]

Windows SDK Functions to PowerBuilder API Call


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Everyone Says PowerBuilder Is Dead – But Is It Dead? Being a career PowerBuilder developer like myself, I keep a close eye on the marketplace and where I think PowerBuilder is headed.  Part of the reason that I stick with the tool is because I believe it is technically superior […]

PowerBuilder Is Dead – Really Dead – Right?