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PowerBuilder® 9: Internet and Distributed Application Development by John D. Olson, Bill Green

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Sample Project Plans

Every project has its own nuances, but there are a lot of commonalities among migration efforts. To assist you in getting started with your migration effort, I am including two sample migration plans. The first is for an n-tier migration, in which the client won't change. If it is PowerBuilder, it will continue to be PowerBuilder, but the business logic will move to components to be run in EAServer. The existing GUI will have to be modified to use components on the server rather than local service objects. The second plan is for a Web migration. This is far more complex and time-consuming, mostly because it is a challenge to duplicate feature-rich PowerBuilder interfaces with an HTML interface. This section simply lists the ...

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