Dear Appeon Community,
I need information, restrictions, limitations that we should consider regarding an application developed in Powerbuilder 2017 can connect to databases in the cloud (SQL as a Service). This application will be hosted on Windows...
I like to get an expert advice on our application's cloud deployment.
Our application is in PB 2017. (migrated from PB 9 to PB 2017 a year back).
PFC: using same PFC libraries used in PB 9
DB Connectivity: using SQL Native Client 20...
I'm late to this topic so I must assume it has been asked and answered many times but I need to ask:
I'm embarking on building an app to run on a tablet (iPad). My question is: How does this app connect to an Oracle database residing on a server in ...
Dear APPEON Team,
Due to network environment changes, oracle service would be hosted in cloud service with pure IPv6 network access only.
We suppose network infrastructure support IPv6, and guarantee end-to-end connection can be established from...
I am trying to use Powerbuilder to upload files to our BOX enterprise account. I saw some examples online using chilkat ActiveX object.
Has anyone done anything similar to call REST API services to upload files to a cloud service?
has anyone tried to setup PowerServer "as a sevice" at some Cloud provider?
It is relatively easy to activate a MS IIS instance on a VPS offered by Azure, AWS, Rackspace.
However, since you do not get a dedicate server where can log in ...
Could someone please explain me the differences between
Desktop Cloud App
I know there are technical differences and availabilities - but the to the end user ?
(questions and doubts in bold)
I'm still trying if our applications could have a future on the web cloud without:
- completely having to re-writing everything in one go,
- or having to keep different versions of our databases (meani...
I work for a small financial services company, We have our own suite of desktop client server applications (not web based) that we developed ourselves (c#/ Java/ Powerbuilder frontend, SQL Server backend).
Apologies for clueless sounding que...