1. Miguel Leeuwe
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  3. Friday, 11 October 2019

I found this to be a quite nice start page for PBNI:

 

https://documentation.help/PowerBuilder/pbnigrefp1.htm

 

Maybe others can benefit, I think I saw some post of someone asking about this.

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Maybe I should first read everything on that link I provided :)

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It appears to be the same content as found in the PowerBuilder help file.
  1. Roland Smith
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Ha, didn't realise that !
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I've been doing a lot of PBNI work recently so I can answer questions.

 

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Here's one that intrigues me: How do you "hook into the PD IDE right mouse menu" like you do for example for WizSource? (Unless that's a veeeeery long answer, I find that quite interesting).

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  1. Miguel Leeuwe
  2. Friday, 11 October 2019
Source control is a special case, the IDE is designed to work with any source control provider that implements the standard SCC API.

WizSource has a DLL written in C that implements the SCC API which is registered with the IDE when you choose it for the workspace. The C code uses PBNI to call into PowerBuilder code to perform the action of the SCC API functions, like QueryStatus or CheckOut.

I'm doing a presentation at the user conference on creating your own custom IDE Wizards. I'll be explaining how to hook them into the IDE.
  1. Roland Smith
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Very interesting, I'm looking forward to that one (though not present in person :(
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