Migrating PowerBuilder 6.x Applications to PowerBuilder 11

PT5475
Summary
This course is designed to provide student with the knowledge required to migrate applications developed in PowerBuilder 6.5 to the PowerBuilder 11.
Prerequisites
Students should have experience in developing PowerBuilder applications in PowerBuilder 6.5.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This hands-on course is designed for application programmers responsible for the migrating PowerBuilder 6.x applications to PowerBuilder 11.
Topics
The Unicode orientation introduced in PowerBuilder 10.::The new PowerBuilder IDE introduced in PowerBuilder 7.::The concept of workspaces and targets introduced in PowerBuilder 8.::The System Tree, Clip, and Output windows introduced in PowerBuilder 8.::PowerScript enhancements.:: Debugger enhancements.::The exception handling process introduced in PowerBuilder 8.::New capabilities of the object painters.::New window controls introduced in PowerBuilder 7, 10, and 10.5.::The new DataWindow presentation style introduced in PowerBuilder 11.::DataWindow enhancements.::DataWindow support for XML introduced in PowerBuilder 9.::DataWindow support for generating PDFs introduced in PowerBuilder 9.::Database interface enhancements.::The new Database Painter introduced in PowerBuilder 7.::The new Menu Painter introduced in PowerBuilder 7.::The new menu styles introduced in PowerBuilder 10.5.::The PowerBuilder Native Interface (PBNI) introduced in PowerBuilder 9.::The PowerBuilder Document Object Model (PBDOM) introduced in PowerBuilder 9.::The .NET Deployment Features introduced in PowerBuilder 11.::The OrcaScript language introduced in PowerBuilder 9.::Obsolete features and facilities.::The process of migrating applications to PowerBuilder 11, including tools to aid in the migration, and resolution of commonly occurring problems.

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