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

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Deploying to an EAServer Development Server

When creating a new component in PowerBuilder, you are limited to using the EAServer Component Wizard under the PB Object tab (see Figure 15.3). This works well for demonstrations or when learning how to develop EAServer components because the wizard walks the developer through the steps needed to define and deploy a component. After completing all the steps, PowerBuilder creates an NVO and a project with which the new component will be deployed.

Figure 15.3. Selecting the EAServer Component Wizard.

In the real world, however, components are developed from inherited classes, so the conventional wizard ...

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