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    Preparing your System for Batch TFS Refresh Operations
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Yakov Werde | Released: October 1, 2014, 9:20 am

    All knowledge is power... and great power knowledge comes from knowing how to implement the necessary registry modifications to use SAP PowerBuilder’s ORCAScript SCC interface command language with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | PowerBuilder | SCC | Team Foundation Server | Yakov Werde

    Securing SAP PowerBuilder 12.5 Native Client ➙ WCF Service Interfaces: Bridging the Gap
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Yakov Werde | Released: July 31, 2014, 11:15 pm

    This article resulted from a consultation with an ISV with a large SAP PowerBuilder rich client app, needing to migrate business logic from SAP EAServer components to C# .NET WCF web services hosted in IIS, transitioning from secure CORBA calls into SAP EAServer to secure web service calls into IIS

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | PowerBuilder | Yakov Werde

    "Can't Miss" SAP PowerBuilder Workshops at ISUG-TECH Conference (Updated Feb 25)
    Blog: ISUG-TECH Conference Updates | Posted By: Mike Harrold | Released: February 6, 2014, 10:47 am

    As part of the SAP PowerBuilder track at the conference we have two workshops being presented by two of the biggest names in PowerBuilder: Bruce Armstrong and Yakov Werde. These workshops are intense, all-day sessions and designed to give participants real hands-on experience with the content

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    Events | PowerBuilder News | Bruce Armstrong | ISUG-TECH 2014 Annual Conference | PowerBuilder | Yakov Werde

    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


    Appeon Mobile Device Integration
    Blog: Journal Articles | Posted By: Mr. Yakov Werde | Released: January 1, 2014, 12:45 pm

    After providing some technical background, this article shows you how to use standard PowerScript objects together with custom URL schemes to integrate an Appeon Mobile app with other on-device apps

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    PowerBuilder Article | Technical Journal | Appeon | Development | eLearnIT | PowerBuilder | QR Codes | Yakov Werde


     

     

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