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Sybase Releases PowerBuilder 11 for .NET -- Visual Studio Magazine Twitter RSS NewsIn-Depth.NET Tips & TricksAgile AdvisorCode FocusedC# CornerCross-Platform C#Data DriverInside TFSMobile CornerModern C++Neural Network LabOnWard and UpWardPractical .NETRedmond ReviewUI Code Expert Tech Library2013 Salary SurveyVisual Studio 2012ALMAgile/ScrumAsync/Parallel/MulticoreCloud/AzureOpen SourceSharePointSQL ServerWeb DevelopmentHTML Issue ArchiveFull Archive HomeNewslettersWhitepapersWebcastsPDF Back IssuesAdvertiseContact UsLive! Video Developer Training @ Microsoft HQ- Visual Studio Live! Redmond --> News Sybase Releases PowerBuilder 11 for .NET Next-gen version of PowerBuilder adds more .NET functionality. By John K. Waters07/15/2007 Sybase Inc., the Dublin, Calif.-based enterprise infrastructure and mobile software provider, recently released the latest version of its venerable Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool, PowerBuilder 11. The new version is the third release in a four-phase rollout that adds new features for the .NET Framework. PowerBuilder 11 allows developers to deploy non-visual objects (NVOs) as .NET assemblies and .NET Smart Client applications; to deploy NVOs as Web services; and to deploy PowerBuilder applications to the Web using ASP.NET. It comes with support for Microsoft SQL Server Native Client and Oracle RAC. It also has the ability to use Web services as a data source for the DataWindow. Developers can also use the tool to build traditional client-server business apps and Web services, according to the company. Rolling out Improvements Sybase developed the phased rollout strategy in 2002, says Sue Dunnel, senior product manager on the PowerBuilder team. Version 9 added Web services support for .NET and other frameworks. It also added the XML DataWindow, which imports data directly from an XML document and saves data retrieved from any source as a fully customized XML document, or as a document or string using XSL Formatting Objects or PDF. Version 10 followed in 2004, continuing the evolution of Sybase's new "4GLplus" RAD environment, which seeks to provide a tight integration among design, modeling, development, deployment and management capabilities in heterogeneous environments. PowerBuilder 10 supported XML, Java Server Pages (JSP), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB), .NET and Web services. It also came with simplified access to .NET data and complex database operations with ADO.NET interfaces, as well as support for Microsoft's Active Accessibility Interface. Waiting on .NET Then the phased-release plan hit a snag, Dunnel says. During the development cycle for version 11, Microsoft announced several delays connected to the release of Visual Studio 2005. "Our technologies depended on the .NET Framework 2.0," she tells RDN, "but our customers tend to get antsy if we don't deliver when we say we're going to." Sybase pooled everything in the 11 release that was not .NET-related into a 10.5 release. "It focused on core functionality. And then we went back to work on 11," Dunnel says. Dunnel's team is now working on phase four (version 12), which she expects to release in about 15 months. Look for support for Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) in that edition, as well as full support for visual controls and drag-and-drop programming with .NET within the IDE. About the Author John K. Waters is a freelance author and journalist based in Silicon Valley. His latest book is The Everything Guide to Social Media. Follow John on Twitter, read his blog on ADTmag.com, check out his author page on Amazon, or e-mail him at john@watersworks.com. Printable Format Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by Disqus Reader Comments: Thu, Jul 30, 2009 SDFG Add Your Comments Now: Your Name:(optional) Your Email:(optional) Invalid Your Location:(optional) Comment: Comment requiredYour comment has exceeded the maximum length of 3,000 characters. Please shorten your comment. Please type the letters/numbers you see above Most Popular Articles Most Emailed Articles Visual Studio Extension Tracks Project History 6 Top Tips for Visual Studio 2013 Offloading Work from Your Application with a Queue Satya Nadella's To-Do List: A 6-Point Plan JSON Debugger Added to Visual Studio 2013, Update 2 Free Whitepapers Getting to Know dtSearch VoIP for Beginners 4 Simple Steps to VoIP Vendor Selection The Hidden Benefits of VoIP Revealed > More TechLibrary Free Webcasts Web Dev Live! Sneak Peek How to Handle Relational Data in a Distributed Cache Breakthroughs in Semantic Analysis of C# > More Webcasts Sponsored Links: Advanced SearchContact UsAdvertiseEventsPrint Issues OnlineFree NewslettersSite MapReprints Application Development TrendsEnterprise SystemsMCPmag.comRedmond Redmond Channel PartnerVirtualization Review ? 1996-2014 1105 Media, Inc. View our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. Problems? Questions? Feedback? E-mail us. Close this Advertisement