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Powerbuilder and APOL

3 posts in Job Postings Last posting was on 2002-06-21 14:36:55.0Z
Katy Posted on 2002-06-21 12:04:17.0Z
From: "Katy" <samuelr@swbell.net>
Subject: Powerbuilder and APOL
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I have noticed recently that "APOL" is listed as a requirement in some job
ads for Powerbuilder.

Anyone know what APOL stands for?


Paul Horan[TeamSybase] Posted on 2002-06-21 14:07:18.0Z
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It was an early foundation class library from the pre-PFC days, circa PB3 or
4. I think it stood for "A PowerBuilder Object Library". IF they're
listing this as a "requirement", their search is going to be fruitless...

--
Paul Horan[TeamSybase]
VCI Springfield, MA
www.vcisolutions.com

TechWave2002 www.sybase.com/techwave2002
Session E177 - Best Practices in Source Code Control with PowerBuilder

"Katy" <samuelr@swbell.net> wrote in message
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> I have noticed recently that "APOL" is listed as a requirement in some job
> ads for Powerbuilder.
>
> Anyone know what APOL stands for?
>
>


Brian Dick Posted on 2002-06-21 14:36:55.0Z
From: "Brian Dick" <bdick@cox.net>
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APOL was pretty popular at one time, but like Paul says, it does go back a
ways. It was written by Herb Lester and Don Soula. Their company was named
Janiff. American Management Systems used to have quite a few APOL
developers.

"Paul Horan[TeamSybase]" <paulhATvcisolutionsDOTcom> wrote in message
news:AHq705SGCHA.998@forums.sybase.com...
> It was an early foundation class library from the pre-PFC days, circa PB3
or
> 4. I think it stood for "A PowerBuilder Object Library". IF they're
> listing this as a "requirement", their search is going to be fruitless...
>
> --
> Paul Horan[TeamSybase]
> VCI Springfield, MA
> www.vcisolutions.com
>
> TechWave2002 www.sybase.com/techwave2002
> Session E177 - Best Practices in Source Code Control with PowerBuilder
>
> "Katy" <samuelr@swbell.net> wrote in message
> news:$LIqe0RGCHA.290@forums.sybase.com...
> > I have noticed recently that "APOL" is listed as a requirement in some
job
> > ads for Powerbuilder.
> >
> > Anyone know what APOL stands for?
> >
> >
>
>