1. Olan Knight
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Thursday, 2 December 2021 16:28 PM UTC

PowerBuilder 2019R3, b2703
Oracle 12C and PostgreSQL v12
IDE:     Windows 10 64 bit o/s
Runtime: Windows 19 server


Update:
   Perhaps the header portion of the Global Variables is fixed and gets overwritten at some schedule known only to PowerBuilder. I moved the declaration from it's current location into the Application object using EDIT and clicking on the Instance Variables tab, then the Global Variables option, then manually entering n_tr   sqlcz. Let's see if it sticks.

 

Summary:
   The new global value "n_tr   sqlcz" vanishes from the list of global variables after a full build or a compile. Why is this occurring and how can I set the app to retain the new global variable?

Details:

   1. I added a new n_tr value of sqlcz to the global variables using Edit Source. See image.
   2. I do a Full Build, and then a DEPLOY. Everything works.
   3. I do another full Build a day later and the variable sqlcz is no longer listed in the global
      variables; it appears to have been deleted by magic.


Chris Pollach @Appeon Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Thursday, 2 December 2021 16:54 PM UTC
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. # 1

Hi Olan;

  Yes, when you edited the raw App Object source code, you placed the n_tr sqlcz declaration in the wrong place (section).

Regards ... Chris

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  1. Chris Pollach @Appeon
  2. Thursday, 2 December 2021 18:47 PM UTC
Yep, that's what the IDE is for. ;-)
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  1. Arnd Schmidt
  2. Thursday, 2 December 2021 20:24 PM UTC
Ask "OKnight" who already added a global variable of type n_tr more than 15 years ago ;-)

(See comments in attached screenshot)

PowerBuilder destroys the line in the "forward" section when you edit and save the application object using the legal painter.
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  1. Olan Knight
  2. Thursday, 2 December 2021 23:36 PM UTC
Yup, I figured that out on my own, hence the update. Which worked. :)

Thanks for all the feeback and good info, guys!
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  1. Thursday, 2 December 2021 16:50 PM UTC
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  3. # 2

Hi Olan

That's quite a weird one. All I can think of is that the source is being reverted back somehow. I guess you are using some sort of sorce control, can you verify that the checked in source has the changes? Are you doing a getlatest and somehow overwriting the application object?

I fear that there is some external reason for what you are seeing.

All the best

David

 

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