PowerBuilder 9: Internet and Distributed Application Development

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Version 9 of PowerBuilder introduces many features designed specifically to blend the traditional strength of PowerBuilder as a rapid Client/Server application development tool with the new and emerging models for distributed application development. PowerBuilder developers need PowerBuilder-specific information on interacting with Java application servers, such as WebSphere, WebLogic, and Sybase's Enterprise Application Server (EAServer) and Web Service development. This book presents the new capabilities of ...

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Overview

Version 9 of PowerBuilder introduces many features designed specifically to blend the traditional strength of PowerBuilder as a rapid Client/Server application development tool with the new and emerging models for distributed application development. PowerBuilder developers need PowerBuilder-specific information on interacting with Java application servers, such as WebSphere, WebLogic, and Sybase's Enterprise Application Server (EAServer) and Web Service development. This book presents the new capabilities of PowerBuilder 9 along with the architecture and patterns required to create distributed systems in PowerBuilder.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672324994
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 8/22/2003
  • Pages: 784
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

William Green and his team of writers are among the most prominent members of the Sybase community, having helped found TeamSybase in 1994. They have written and served on the advisory boards for every major PowerBuilder publication and have authored three books -- Powerbuilder 5 Object-Oriented Design and Development (McGraw-Hill), Powerbuilder Foundation Class (PFC) Professional Reference (McGraw-Hill), and Secrets of the PowerBuilder Masters (SYS-CON). Together they respond to several hundred newsgroups and listserv postings daily regarding PowerBuilder development. In addition, they remain active consultants implementing PowerBuilder-based solutions, they server on key community advisory panels within Sybase, and have access to technical, marketing, and management sources at all levels.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Pt. I Distributed Computing Basics
1 Introduction to Distributed Application Development 5
2 Introduction to Distributed Application Development with PowerBuilder 35
3 Introduction to EAServer 55
4 Migrating Existing Applications 69
5 Developing Components 109
Pt. II Developing Distributed Applications
6 Distributed Application Analysis and Design 157
7 Exploring the Web DataWindow 177
8 XML DataWindows 223
9 Developing for and with JSPs 249
10 Inter-Component Development 273
11 Using the EAServer API 289
12 Multithreading with EAServer 325
13 Accessing J2EE Constructs 351
14 Distributed Application Development with Basic Component Frameworks 391
15 Deploying to EAServer 405
Pt. III Advanced Features and Techniques
16 EAServer Administration Using Jaguar Manager 437
17 EAServer Problem Analysis and Troubleshooting 467
18 EAServer Monitoring 503
19 Connection Caches 529
20 Developing for and with XML 563
21 Developing for and with Web Services 589
22 Developing for Mobile Systems 623
23 Accessing EJB Servers with PowerBuilder 649
24 Working with Enterprise Portal 685
25 Looking Ahead - The Future of PB and Distributed Application Development 737
Appendix
Error and Troubleshooting Reference 745
Index 753
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2004

    Rehash of old information

    I have used PB for the past 12 years. I have purchased every book written about it. This is the worst ever put into print. It is nothing but a rehash of old information on soap, xml, and internet theory. It does not demonstrate how to develop internet and distributed applications. The only relationship between PB 9 and the book's content, is the mentioning by the authors. Save yourself some money and wait for something that does!

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