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    A jConnect Tutorial: An introduction to JDBC programming for SAP ASE [Part I]
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Paul Vero | Released: November 1, 2014, 6:15 pm

    This article explains how to set your environment to build and run JDBC applications using the jConnect JDBC driver to access the SAP ASE. Additionally in this part, runs of the samples included in the jConnect distribution will be demonstrated

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    ASE Developer Article | Latest Issue Article | Technical Journal | ASE | Development | jConnect | JDBC | Paul Vero

    Using Events, Functions, and Object-Oriented Programming
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: October 1, 2014, 9:55 am

    In this article, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Rik Brooks, explains in detail how to effectively use events and functions following proper object-oriented programming principles

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | Development | Object Oriented | PowerBuilder | Rik Brooks

    Application of Design Patterns to Test Automation
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Brian J. Le Suer | Released: September 1, 2014, 11:10 am

    In this article, Brian Le Suer, CEO of Zeenyx Software, Inc, explores the use of design patterns to solve common problems encountered in automated testing


    Using Conditional Expression in DataWindow Properties
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: September 1, 2014, 11:00 am

    In this article, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Rik Brooks, explains how to use conditional expressions in a DataWindow

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | DataWindow | Design | Development | PowerBuilder | Rik Brooks

    The Gateway to Learning SAP Open Server: CTOS, Fullpass and Other Samples [Part 3]
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Paul Vero | Released: July 1, 2014, 6:40 pm

    This third and final part of the SAP Open Server Gateway series begins with a detailed look at the event handlers and then provides brief descriptions of other SAP Open Server samples

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    ASE Developer Article | Technical Journal | ASE | CTOS | Development | Paul Vero | SAP Open Server | SRV_LANGUAGE

    The Gateway to Learning SAP Open Server: CTOS, Fullpass and Other Samples [Part 1]
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Paul Vero | Released: May 1, 2014, 11:35 am

    This article is part one of a two-part feature focusing on the SAP Open Server. In this part, we’ll concentrate on the building and usage of the CTOS (Client to Server) gateway


    Creating an Infrastructure of Your Own [Part 2]
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Rik Brooks | Released: April 1, 2014, 3:30 pm

    DataWindow Magic: This is the second installment in a three-part series focusing on how to create your own infrastructure. In this part of the feature, Rik Brooks expands upon the concept of Service Based Architecture and introduces a set of visual objects that will be registered to the datawindow


    Building a Windows DLL for ODBC Applications [Part 3]
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Paul Vero | Released: March 1, 2014, 8:10 pm

    This article completes the "Building a Windows DLL for ODBC Applications" series. By the end of this article, you'll have gained all the details you'll need to write your own utility libraries for ODBC API applications

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    ASE Developer Article | Technical Journal | ASE | ASE ODBC Driver | Design | Development | ODBC | Windows DLL

    Exclusive Look at SAP ASE 16 at ISUG-TECH Conference
    Blog: ISUG-TECH Conference Updates | Posted By: Mike Harrold | Released: February 5, 2014, 6:11 pm

    Exciting news! This spring SAP will be releasing its new version of SAP ASE jam-packed with new features and functions. Join us at the ISUG-TECH conference in Atlanta and you'll be one of the first to hear about the many ways SAP is helping to power a new class of extreme transactional operations


    Appeon Mobile UI Resizing
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Yakov Werde | Released: February 2, 2014, 11:35 am

    In this article, we examine the Appeon Mobile UI resizing mechanisms that you can employ when designing a UI for a specific device category. The mechanisms that will be discussed include device type restriction, the PFC resize service, the AEM Mobile UI Resizing Tool and a code based resize service



     

     

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