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Converting .pbd to .pbl

2 posts in Appeon (partner product) Last posting was on 2004-03-09 02:55:23.0Z
John Strack Posted on 2004-03-08 19:49:57.0Z
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Does anyone know if there is a way to 'reverse
engineer' a .pbd file to get the .pbl that created it?
Unfortunately, someone left me with the .pbds to an
application, but not the 'latest' .pbls to be able to
upgrade it.
Thanks for the help.


Bill Green[TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-03-09 02:55:23.0Z
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Hi John,

Please post your question to the appropriate forum. For this question, you
should go to the powerbuilder.general newsgroup.

to answer you question, you cannot reverse-engineer a PBD back to a PBL.

Sorry.

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<John Strack> wrote in message news:404ccea1.fae.846930886@sybase.com...
> Does anyone know if there is a way to 'reverse
> engineer' a .pbd file to get the .pbl that created it?
> Unfortunately, someone left me with the .pbds to an
> application, but not the 'latest' .pbls to be able to
> upgrade it.
> Thanks for the help.