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Appeon

6/30 - Sybase announced it has entered into a long-term strategic partnership with Appeon Corporation to deliver a revolutionary solution to generate rich Web applications from PowerBuilder client/server applications.
www.trysybase.com/demo/appeon/index.shtml uNokSoftGroup
uNokSoftGroup provides a sample of how to use PowerBuilder to display a more stylish digital clock in the system tray.
www.mycgiserver.com/~unoksoftgroup PB2XLS Library
PB2XLS library can be used to create an Excel binary file in your PowerBuilder applications. Multiple worksheets can be added to a workbook and formatting can be applied to cells.
www.powerbuilder.netfirms.com PBDelta
Version 4.0.1 of PBDelta was released. PBDelta is a utility designed to highlight the differences between versions of application source code.
www.pbdr.com/software/pbdelta.htm CORPORATE
Operation Homelink

7/02 - Operation Homelink, a nonprofit organization supported by Sybase; CompuMentor; Redemtech; and the law firm of Mayer, Brown, Rowe and Maw has officially launched its nationwide operations. The group's mission is to provide free, refurbished computers to family members of deployed military personnel in the junior enlisted ranks (E1-E5). For more information about donating end-of-life computers, e-mail Redemtech at [email protected]. Monetary donations can also be made directly to their Web site.
www.operationhomelink.org Chamber of Commerce
6/12 - The United States Chamber of Commerce elected John S. Chen, president, chairman, and chief executive officer of Sybase, to its board of directors. He will serve a two-year term on the 100-person board. Chinese CDC
6/09 - Sybase announced it had donated data management technology to the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention to aid in the prevention, control, and research of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). iANYWHERE
Pylon

6/30 - iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, announced the next generation of its award-winning Pylon family of products - the industry's first comprehensive solution for extending Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange environments to mobile devices using wired, public wireless, and Wi-Fi networks.
www.sybase.com/products/mobilewireless/pylon SQL Anywhere for the Mac Beta
6/23 - iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, announced the beta release of SQL Anywhere Studio 9 for Mac OS X.
www.ianywhere.com/macosx SQL Anywhere Studio 9
6/23 - iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, announced the general availability of SQL Anywhere Studio 9, which includes expanded platform and standards support and developer productivity enhancements. Salesforce.com
6/23 - Salesforce.com and iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, announced that iAnywhere Solutions' AvantGo Mobile Sales immediately supports the new salesforce.com S3 without the need for any new software upgrades, providing customers with seamless and immediate access to the new salesforce.com S3 enhancements. Windows Mobile 2003
6/23 - iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, announced that My AvantGo software will be integrated into Windows Mobile 2003, the newest version of Microsoft software for Pocket PCs and Smartphones. Wi-Fi Initiative
6/04 - Sybase unveiled a $25 million strategic initiative to bring reliable and cost-effective Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) applications to the enterprise. Sybase will collaborate with leading research universities and industry partners to overcome current barriers to the development of "always available" applications for the unwired enterprise, helping companies extend the desktop computing experience to mobile and remote workers. Solutions Alliance Program/Innovator Awards
6/02 - iAnywhere Solutions, a subsidiary of Sybase, issued a call for entries to members of its iAnywhere Solutions Alliance Program and AvantGo partners for its third annual Innovator Awards. The winners will be announced at the Sybase TechWave 2003 conference. ADAPTIVE SERVER ENTERPRISE
ASE for the Mac

6/25 - Sybase announced expanded distribution for the Mac version of Adaptive Server Enterprise, and new application development partners in the areas of ERP, content management, and document management. IQ 12.5
6/24 - Sybase announced the newest version of Sybase IQ, the highly scalable analytical engine designed specifically from the ground up for query performance and the lowest total cost of ownership for organizations' analytical applications. In addition, the Winter Corporation issued a white paper examining and interpreting the results of recent benchmark tests of Sybase IQ 12.5 deployed on Sun servers and storage systems. Quadbase
6/09 - Quadbase Systems and Sybase announced that they are working together to provide robust charting and reporting to transactional systems and applications powered by Adaptive Server Enterprise, Sybase's enterprise-class relational database management system. Quadbase will integrate Quadbase EspressReport, a Java reporting tool, with Sybase ASE and Apple WebObjects 5.2, a leading application server.
www.quadbase.com EVENTS
STUN Conference

England's Sybase Tools User Network (STUN) will be holding their annual one-day user conference on November 12, 2003
http://stun.org.uk

More Stories By Bruce Armstrong

Bruce Armstrong is a development lead with Integrated Data Services (www.get-integrated.com). A charter member of TeamSybase, he has been using PowerBuilder since version 1.0.B. He was a contributing author to SYS-CON's PowerBuilder 4.0 Secrets of the Masters and the editor of SAMs' PowerBuilder 9: Advanced Client/Server Development.

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