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Appeon applications maintenance

2 posts in Appeon (partner product) Last posting was on 2006-01-19 01:11:29.0Z
Carlo Borreo Posted on 2006-01-17 09:45:05.0Z
From: "Carlo Borreo" <carlo.borreo@unv.org>
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Subject: Appeon applications maintenance
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Let's say I have a PowerBuilder application, and I use Appeon to convert it.
Ok, it runs.
Now I need to maintain this application.
Of course, I could work on the PowerBuilder code, make the needed changes,
and then reuse Appeon to convert into web-based.
But I could also completely forget the PowerBuilder application, and
directly work on the converted application.
Questions:

1) Would this be possible?
2) If possible, would this be reasonable? (provided that, of course, I will
never need to run a client-server application again)
3) If possible and reasonable, what abilities are needed (e.g. Java, or
something else)?

Thanks in advance
Carlo Borreo


Sally Li Posted on 2006-01-19 01:11:29.0Z
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hi,

You cannot maintain the Web application without using
PowerBuilder by far.

Regard
Sally Li

> Let's say I have a PowerBuilder application, and I use
> Appeon to convert it. Ok, it runs.
> Now I need to maintain this application.
> Of course, I could work on the PowerBuilder code, make the
> needed changes, and then reuse Appeon to convert into
> web-based. But I could also completely forget the
> PowerBuilder application, and directly work on the
> converted application. Questions:
>
> 1) Would this be possible?
> 2) If possible, would this be reasonable? (provided that,
> of course, I will never need to run a client-server
> application again) 3) If possible and reasonable, what
> abilities are needed (e.g. Java, or something else)?
>
> Thanks in advance
> Carlo Borreo
>
>