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LibraryImport DataWindow support

2 posts in Appeon (partner product) Last posting was on 2010-10-06 16:41:14.0Z
pangalz Posted on 2010-10-05 16:31:02.0Z
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I have a technical problem to migrate my application to
Appeon.

Most of my reports are dynamic, ie they are stored in the
database and are created dynamically datawindows with
SyntaxFromSQL function () and DW.Create (), but to build the
nested reports is necessary for the DataWindow physically
exist, then we must use the function LibraryImport. As the
Appeon is translated to JS, I believe that this function is
not supported, see below the function call.

Eg: LibraryImport ('TempRel.pbl', 'dw_nested'
ImportDataWindow!, lsSyntax, lsError,'')

The problem is: I need to build the nested reports in Appeon
also, is there any way to change the syntax of a nested
report dynamically? Either that is not supported by Appeon?

Yours,
Leonardo Loch Zanivan
Betha Sistemas Ltda


Yakov Werde Posted on 2010-10-06 16:41:14.0Z
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Hi Leonardo

It is clear from the Appeon Supported Features Guide page 250 that
Library Functions are not supported. However Appeon does support
WebService calls using the SOAPConnection Object (p356). If you are
deploying to EAServer, Appeon has addition support for interfacing with
EAServer components. So you could externalize the LibraryImport
functionality in a PB NVO that you can deploy into your server and
interface to your main Appeon application as a web service.

HTH
Yakov
eLearnIT LLC

On 10/5/2010 12:31 PM, pangalz@gmail.com wrote:
> I have a technical problem to migrate my application to
> Appeon.
>
> Most of my reports are dynamic, ie they are stored in the
> database and are created dynamically datawindows with
> SyntaxFromSQL function () and DW.Create (), but to build the
> nested reports is necessary for the DataWindow physically
> exist, then we must use the function LibraryImport. As the
> Appeon is translated to JS, I believe that this function is
> not supported, see below the function call.
>
> Eg: LibraryImport ('TempRel.pbl', 'dw_nested'
> ImportDataWindow!, lsSyntax, lsError,'')
>
> The problem is: I need to build the nested reports in Appeon
> also, is there any way to change the syntax of a nested
> report dynamically? Either that is not supported by Appeon?
>
> Yours,
> Leonardo Loch Zanivan
> Betha Sistemas Ltda