as I develop rather as an hobby, unfortunately my time to spend is limited.
Recently I discovered the power of activeX-Components, as they provide lots of functionality at small cost. And in near future, I will make the next step with my application and export it to powerserver web.
So until now, the question, which sort of activeX (32bit or 64bit) to use, was unimportant. But now, I have to pay for an exontrol activeX and have to decide, whether I buy the 32bit-Version or the 64bit-Version?!?
(I read, that powerserver is a 64-bit architecture and can run 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
The Powerbuilder IDE runs 32-bit, but can handle 32-bit or 64-bit runtimes.
My Win10-Machine is 64bit.
The odbc-drivers are 32-bit/64-bit. Normally I have to use 32-bit.
So I'm not quite sure, whether I run in troubles with 32-bit or 64-bit ActiveX-Components. Especially as future development will bi 64-bit)
Thanks for any reply.