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Jaguar PB NVUO Components and PowerDynamo. Question?

3 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-06 23:41:09.0Z
äë Posted on 2000-03-06 22:40:04.0Z
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I would like to know the most efficient way to link Jaguar / Dynamo HTML and
Powerbuilder NVO components deployed in Jaguar.

I understand that I can execute Jaguar components from Dynamo as
Java objects classes, ActiveX and MSAP (result set limitation).
Any other way?

I understand that Jaguar has the PB engine built in. But I also understand
that if I use Java objects from Dynamo, I need to generate stubs and compile
my NVO into a Java Class to be used by Dynamo, probably loosing all the
advantages of native PB in Jaguar.

Is there a way to call my NVUO methods from Dynamo other than creating java
objects?

I know that a possible answer is to deploy Components in Jaguar using PowerJ
and Java.
At this moment we have "lots" of business logic in NVUO that we will migrate
to Java eventually.

Any pointers?

Thanks
Ulises
uloubrie@gmgw.com


Jim O'Neil [Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-06 23:13:16.0Z
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"äë" wrote:

> I would like to know the most efficient way to link Jaguar / Dynamo HTML and
> Powerbuilder NVO components deployed in Jaguar.
>
> I understand that I can execute Jaguar components from Dynamo as
> Java objects classes, ActiveX and MSAP (result set limitation).
> Any other way?
>
> I understand that Jaguar has the PB engine built in. But I also understand
> that if I use Java objects from Dynamo, I need to generate stubs and compile
> my NVO into a Java Class to be used by Dynamo, probably loosing all the
> advantages of native PB in Jaguar.
>
> Is there a way to call my NVUO methods from Dynamo other than creating java
> objects?
>
> I know that a possible answer is to deploy Components in Jaguar using PowerJ
> and Java.
> At this moment we have "lots" of business logic in NVUO that we will migrate
> to Java eventually.
>
> Any pointers?
>
> Thanks
> Ulises
> uloubrie@gmgw.com

Regardless of how you have Dynamo talk to Jaguar you are going through some type
of stub (with the possible exception of TDS/MASP calls, which I wouldn't
recommend). The Java stubs you create for PowerBuilder NVOs are going to serve
the same function as the Java stubs you would still have to generate even if you
use pure Java components. You are by no way compiling your NVOs into a Java
class, however. The issue is not the implementation choice, but rather the
remote interface that is the foundation of the n-tier architecture. I see no
reason to abandon your PB NVOs because of it, as you'll still have to create
stubs regardless of how you implement your business logic.
--
Jim O'Neil
Senior Technical Support Engineer
Sybase, Inc


äë Posted on 2000-03-06 23:41:09.0Z
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Thank you Jim

Ulises
uloubrie@gmgw.com

Jim O'Neil [Sybase] <joneil@sybase.com> wrote in message
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> "äë" wrote:
>
> > I would like to know the most efficient way to link Jaguar / Dynamo HTML
and
> > Powerbuilder NVO components deployed in Jaguar.
> >
> > I understand that I can execute Jaguar components from Dynamo as
> > Java objects classes, ActiveX and MSAP (result set limitation).
> > Any other way?
> >
> > I understand that Jaguar has the PB engine built in. But I also
understand
> > that if I use Java objects from Dynamo, I need to generate stubs and
compile
> > my NVO into a Java Class to be used by Dynamo, probably loosing all the
> > advantages of native PB in Jaguar.
> >
> > Is there a way to call my NVUO methods from Dynamo other than creating
java
> > objects?
> >
> > I know that a possible answer is to deploy Components in Jaguar using
PowerJ
> > and Java.
> > At this moment we have "lots" of business logic in NVUO that we will
migrate
> > to Java eventually.
> >
> > Any pointers?
> >
> > Thanks
> > Ulises
> > uloubrie@gmgw.com
>
> Regardless of how you have Dynamo talk to Jaguar you are going through
some type
> of stub (with the possible exception of TDS/MASP calls, which I wouldn't
> recommend). The Java stubs you create for PowerBuilder NVOs are going to
serve
> the same function as the Java stubs you would still have to generate even
if you
> use pure Java components. You are by no way compiling your NVOs into a
Java
> class, however. The issue is not the implementation choice, but rather
the
> remote interface that is the foundation of the n-tier architecture. I see
no
> reason to abandon your PB NVOs because of it, as you'll still have to
create
> stubs regardless of how you implement your business logic.
> --
> Jim O'Neil
> Senior Technical Support Engineer
> Sybase, Inc
>
>