HTTP Request handelling in PB 6.5
We have a PB 6.5 application, thru which we want to
I'm going to guess that PB is PowerBuilder, right? I've never used PowerBuilder so I really can't help you out there, sorry.
Did you run out of questions to answer OR you thought you should crack a good joke on PB? Beats me! ;) :)
Peanut butter-based web servers were initially sold on the premise that it would make your site more "sticky."
Warm regards? As opposed to what? Cold ones?
Peanut butter-based web servers are eaiser to Jam.
You still haven't answered the "what is PB" question.
Do Peanut butter-based web servers work well with Java or any other type of coffe products?
As far as I remember Power Builder 6.5 (it was 4+ years ago so please excuse me if I'm wrong) it was uncapable of creating and using invisible COM objects (like MSXML). However, the PB forms can host visual ActiveX controls. What can be easily done is to create a visual control (in VB or MFC, ATL) which would be a wrapper for your functionality (for instance around MSXML). I also remember that controls which worked well in PB 6.5 would crash PB 7 for some reasons. I believe 7 was kind of unstable by itself.
I'm considering purchasing a peanut butter-based web server. Is the upgrade to the chunky version worth it?
If you plan on serving dynamic content, chunks is the way to go. It also integrates better with the crunchy and crispy database peanut butter.
man, im funny!
Powerbuilder can wrap a com object that does http. However, I don't believe that every com object will work with PB. Your best best bets might be to
You might try posting something on one of the powerbuilder usenet groups. If you don't have a usenet reader, go to groups.google.com, click on the groups url, and then click on the advanced to search in for *powerbuilder* groups.
Thank you Alex and Jim.
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