PowerBuilder 9: Internet and Distributed Application Development

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Sams Publishing, 2003 - Computers - 784 pages
Annotation Advanced guide to distributed applications using PowerBuilder 9. This book addresses development Web and Intranet-based systems, including Web Services, Portals, Application-Servers, XML, and Mobile Access. Content provides both specific implementation techniques and architectural patterns for distributed application development. PowerBuilder 9, to be released Q4 2002, introduces many highly-anticipated distributed development features including support for Web Services and Java application servers. 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 emerging models for distributed application development. PowerBuilder developers need PowerBuilder-specific information on interacting with Java application servers, such as WebSphere, WebLogic, and Sybases 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. 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, PowerBuilder Foundation Class (PFC), and Secrets of the PowerBuilder Masters. They respond to several hundred newsgroups and listserv postings daily. They are active consultants implementing PowerBuilder-based solutions and serve on key community advisory panels within Sybase.
 

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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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