1. Murugeshan KN
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  3. Saturday, 09 November 2019

GetOpenFileName function works normal in the regular windows app and same thing when deployed in .net version it is not prompting the Open Dialog window.  Please suggest some solution.

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Zhao Kai Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Murugeshan,

The function GetOpenFileName is supported by PowerServer Web but unsupported by PowerServer Mobile. If you want to run application on web only, please make sure the project type is ‘Web’ (Toolkit > Configure > Application Profile Configuration> Basic Settings), thus the unsupported features report would only include the unsupported features by PowerServer Web (the report will include all the unsupported features by Web and Mobile if the project type is ‘Both’).

Regards,
ZhaoKai

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  1. Monday, 11 November 2019
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Chris Pollach Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Murugeshan;

  FWIW: I always create two PowerServer profiles per Application. One for Web and the other for Mobile. There are a few subtle differences between the environments. Having one profile for each type of deployment allows me to keep these differences separated (by different PBL libraries) and the PS Toolkit generating the appropriate code and/or warning messages.

  Its a bit of a PIA to have both PS Toolkit profiles but it pays off in the long run IMHO. Just my $0.02.

Regards ... Chris

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I welcome your suggestion. Thank you.
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Murugeshan KN Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi ZhaoKai,

You solved my problem.

Earlier I maintained Project Type as 'Both' and while deploying to Power Server, no report of Unsupported features were listed and it was not working too.

Now as per your suggestion I maintained Project Type as 'Web' and it started working.

Thanks you very much. 

Best Regards

Murugeshan KN

 

 

 

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Murugeshan KN Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Absolutely Yes.

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Which one? I listed two things. We can't help you if you don't explain clearly.
  1. Armeen Mazda
  2. Sunday, 10 November 2019
Sorry. It is on Powerserver. Please help me. I am totally stuck at this point.

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Armeen Mazda Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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When you say .NET and browser are you talking about PowerBuilder WebForms or PowerServer?

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