Where can i get all the necessary runtime files for running an exe-application for Powerbuilder 2019 R3?
In the installer, there is PB Runtime. That is now a separate program from the IDE. We made this change to support single PB IDE being able to run, compile, and debug against multiple versions of PB runtime.
Hi Armeen, in the past you've published zip files with all the runtime files on your Knowledgebase page (https://www.appeon.com/taxonomy/term/1074/1075). Will you still be doing that for the new versions for people who prefer that? (I know I could look at the PowerClient or the Runtime Packager, but the zip files were really useful for a simple deployment.)
- Armeen Mazda @Appeon
- Friday, 29 January 2021 04:09 AM UTC
Hi, Anders -
Also in the Application Techniques documentation that Armeen linked is a section describing the runtime DLL files:
You may also wish to consider using PB Runtime Package utility to create a .msi for your application, then perform a test install to determine what runtime files it includes in the installation package.
- mike S
- Thursday, 28 January 2021 17:44 PM UTC
Be aware that neither this directory nor the the PB runtime packager install all PB files that your application may need. pblab.ini is an example of a file that is not included in the installer and is not in the runtime directory.
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