We have developed a SnapDevelop WebApI using 2019 R2.
When I deploy it to IIS in this case on the same machine (windows 10) where we developed it, I get the error
below while accessing it:
We have made sure all permissions are availab...
I am trying to deploy a web api I created with SnapDevelop from a development server to a production server and am getting the attached error when calling the api. The api uses aspnetcore v2.1.1 (via nuget) and I had the client install that on produ...
(probably someone from Appeon should answer this question)
On your website "Installation Guide of SnapDevelop (PB Edition) 2019" you have listed this as requirements:
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.1 SDK
Microsoft .NET Core SDK 2....
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You may experience issue with VS Code not recognizing C# code targeted for .NET Core 3.0 if you also have SnapDevelop installed. Same issue may occur if you have any app installed that embeds MSBui...
This may be more of a question I can post on the dotnet forums but I wanted to asked for the expert opinion from the Appeon community first.
Lets say I create a web api from my data windows using the C# generator. I want to have a database for each ...
we have developed a Web Service using PB2017 Universal version.
The .msi installer has been created and the Web Service has been deployed in the test server.
However when trying to invoke the WebService, the following arises:
Line 74: ...
We are migrating a NVO to REST C# Web API. One of the methods that has to be migrated gets as argument a datastore and return, by reference, two (02) string arrays: column_names and dataTypes_names
The PB method get the number of datastore ...
Environment : Appeon PowerBuilder 2017 R2
Database : SQL Server 2012
Would I be right in assuming that even with an OLE Database blob column in a datawindow that the actual writing of the blob to a varbinar(Max) column still has to be achieved...