At least with Oracle using the DBMS_LOB package. The issue with using SELECTBLOB and UPDATEBLOB is that you have to store the entire blob in memory. That could create an issue if you’re trying to process extremely large amounts of data. Fort
One of the new features added beginning with PowerBuilder 10.2 was the ability to toggle database tracing on and off by setting the PBTrace parameter to either 0 or 1 in the DBParm attribute of the transaction object.
Sybase took honors in several categories of the Mobile Star Awards, including a Gold in the Application Development category for PowerBuilder.
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PowerBuilder 11.5 just came out and Sybase will share how the new features and capabilities will help accelerate your development, bring aesthetic enhancements to your PowerBuilder applications, and simplify .NET development at the PowerBuilder Advan
Why “Sprechen Sie Deutsch?” again? Because a majority of the folks in Switzerland speak German (though 3 other primary languages are spoken there as well).
I’ll be joining John Strano and Steven Dunn of Sybase to do some speaking a
In September I’m heading to Germany to present to the German PowerBuilder user group. I’m also working on arrangements to go back over to Europe in November for other locations as well, including (hopefully), England and Switzerland. If
OK, this year I thought it was better, but probably just because I got their earlier and end up at a table where I was actually interested in the topic. I sat in at the Visual Studio Shell table. I had meant to sit in on the .Net Interop table, but
Changing it back to just before the special event seems to have worked. This was standing room only. There was the standard stuff about putting everything we mentioned into the enchancement system on the ISUG web site. The stuff that was raised du
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