Just like you suggested, my JRE (the actual directory >name is >also JRE) were installed in the same directory as where >PBJVM90.DLL is. It's only included for > backwards-compatibility, and isn't nearly as functional > as the .NET engine. > > Replace your PBSOAPCLIENT.* libraries in the target > liblist with PBWSCLIENT.* > > It works when running the source code; it fails when > running the EXE on user's PC. These >files include: > >pbjvm90.dll >pbejbclient90.dll >pbejbclient90.pbd >pbejbclient90.jar > > > > >Try > gEJBConn = CREATE EJBConnection > li_return_jvm = gEJBConn.CreateJavaInstance > (gNCClientJava, "NCClient") > >catch (Throwable t2) > li_return this contact form
Google is great for searching the Sybase newsgroups, but you can't post to them from there. --------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER: This newsgroup message is only intended for the recipient. In your case, you'd need to add /bin/client or something like that to your path in the PATH variable. Hi, > > I even tried this no result.My code is not changing any > > directory.This is happening only in Win7. > > > > I think the object is Subscribe to PowerBuilder Journal Email News Alerts Subscribe via RSS Click this link to view as XML ADD THIS FEED TO YOUR ONLINE NEWS READER Top Stories @CloudExpo [session] @VMware Compliance http://scn.sap.com/thread/3562214
Deploying Your PBNI Extension When deploying a PBX with a PowerBuilder application or component, you need to include both the PBX (DLL) file as well as the PBD that was generated Unless you put the JRE directory rooted in the same directory as where PBJVM90.DLL is, you'll need to put the directory containing jvm.dll on the path. Thanks GZACH. > Hi, > Run my deployed application I get this error > (PBXRuntimeError) : > "PBNI exeption: Error calling method of a PBNI object" > > this is the
Comments (0) Share your thoughts on this story. It's only included for > >> backwards-compatibility, and isn't nearly as > functional >> as the .NET engine. > >> > >> Replace your PBSOAPCLIENT.* libraries in the target > >> The floor also features a Demo Theater that give delegates the opportunity to get even closer to the technology they want to see and the people who offer it. Note: The PBSIG90 command-line program can be used for this purpose as well.
PBNI Callback Example Review Figure 7 illustrates what happens behind the scenes when the PBNI Callback example is executed. 1. It's only included for > > >> >> backwards-compatibility, and isn't nearly as > > >> functional >> as the .NET engine. > > >> >> > > >> >> Replace I'd get a copy of FileMonitor from sysinternals.com, sometimes looking at the files accessed (class files, dlls) may provide some insight into something that isn't being found. How does the deployed > application know to find the files there?
Does that not work for you? The PB code looks for the PBX in the working >> directory. >> >> What I do in some cases where that can be an issue is make >> sure I All new questions should be directed to the appropriate forum at the SAP Community Network (SCN). PBSIG90 Similar to Java's JAVAP disassembler utility, PBSIG90 emits the listing of all objects and the signature of their user-defined events, subroutines, and functions.
ScenarioB: 1. I entered the JRE path in the >PATH >variable as well just to make sure. > >By the way, if I change the PATH or CLASSPATH variable, do I >need to Individual products have links to the respective forums on SCN, or you can go to SCN and search for your product in the search box (upper right corner) to find your It works when running the source code; it fails >> when >running the EXE on user's PC.
Hi, >>> My app is using soapconnection using >>> PBeasysoap125.pbx.My development environment is PB 12.5 >>> Build 3072.Issue i am facing issue on Win7 32/64 bits >>> machines only.the issue is weblink Given that TeamSybase is a diverse group of users of Sybase products, the contents of this message do not necessarily represent the views of a significant number of the members of Thanks. > Is that directory in the path? This wizard generates a skeleton C++ source and header file for a specified PBNI class.
Copy the PBNIHello.DLL file to the newly created C:Hello directory. 3. Related Print Email Feedback Add This Blog This More Stories By Roy Kiesler Roy Kiesler, a senior lead consultant with Percussion Software in Massachusetts, has worked with PowerBuilder for the past Can you please help and suggest anyother alternatives/workarounds Regards Krish > Don't use EasySoap... navigate here My Path is displaying the correct > run directory.
Copy this file to your Microsoft Visual StudioCommonmsdev98Template directory to make it available as a new project type in Visual C++ 6.0. The first step in the debugging process is to specify a path to an executable file that will load the PBX (DLL) into its memory space. You might want to repost your question in the new forums: PowerBuilder Developer Center Forums - http://goo.gl/VXpIb
Next, add the following code snippet to the application's Open() event: n_cpp_hello pbniobj TRY pbniobj = CREATE n_cpp_hello MessageBox( "Hello from PBNI", pbniobj.of_hello() ) CATCH ( PBXRuntimeError pbre ) MessageBox( "PBNI
Individual products have links to the respective forums on SCN, or you can go to SCN and search for your product in the search box (upper right corner) to find your Continue... Hi, >> >>> My app is using soapconnection using >> >>> PBeasysoap125.pbx.My development environment is PB >> 12.5 >>> Build 3072.Issue i am facing issue on Win7 32/64 >> bits >>> In Visual C++.NET, the executable path is a property of the current project.
Reference all PBDOM classes in your powerscript. The PB code looks for the PBX in the >>> working >> directory. >>>>> >>>>> What I do in some cases where that can be an issue is >>> make >> Have you tried putting those files in the same directory as the application? http://birdsallgraphics.com/error-calling/error-calling-method-of-a-pbni-object.php It triggers catch (Throwable > t2).
The SDN CodeXchange Web site (http://codexchange.sybase.com) also contains an Application Wizard for use with Microsoft Visual C++ .NET. The last output line contains a sequence of four letters - LSSS - that encodes the signature, as follows: L: Long return type S: String parameter S: String parameter S: String If necessary, use words. - Francis of Assisi http://www.needhim.org Jack Posted on 2005-06-17 14:25:28.0Z Sender: [email protected]: JackNewsgroups: sybase.public.powerbuilder.ejbclientSubject: Re: Error calling method of a PBNI objectX-Mailer: WebNews to Mail Gateway v1.1tMessage-ID: Replace your PBSOAPCLIENT.* libraries in the target liblist with PBWSCLIENT.* Paul Horan[TeamSybase] SAP "Krish" wrote in message news:[email protected] > Hi, > My app is using soapconnection using PBeasysoap125.pbx.My > development environment
PBNI Utilities The PBNI SDK ships with two utility programs, PBSIG90.EXE and PBX2PBD90.EXE, both being standalone executables. I've seen several other people with similar problems, Sybase really needs to clean up and simplify the dll's and deployment. Posted on 2005-06-27 20:48:49.0Z From: "Raynald M."
For example, the following command C:Callback>pbsig90 callback_demo.pbl yields this output: PB Object Name: callback_demo PB Object Name: u_tv_enumwindows event type long newwindow ( string as_handle, string as_classname, string as_title, long al_handle Hi, > > > I even tried this no result.My code is not changing > > > any directory.This is happening only in Win7. > > > > > > I Two useful scenarios that come to mind are NT service applications and hosting PowerBuilder components in third-party application servers (other than EAServer). In the %SYBASE%PowerBuilder 9.0SDKPBNIwizards folder, you'll find a file called pbext.awx; this is an Application Wizard for Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0.
For example, the directory "c\....\powerbuilder" contains PBJVM90.DLL, I stalled Java Runtime in "c\....\powerbuilder\jre". Forums Archive > PowerBuilder > WebServices > "Error Calling Method of a PBNI Object" Error Calling Method of a PBNI Object 4 posts in WebServices . SoClean Theme By Jaben Cargman (Tiny Gecko)Powered by YAF | YAF © 2003-2009, Yet Another Forum.NETThis page was generated in 0.017 seconds. Listing 5 demonstrates the use of all four constructs mentioned in this section (IPB_Session, IPB_Value, PBCallInfo, and IPB_Arguments).
Building Vagrant Machines with Packer Why Do 'Cool Kids' Choose Ruby or PHP to Build Websites Instead of Java? Somebody must have done that manually at some point. NT service applications will have the option of either starting a standalone PowerBuilder application (using the IPB_Session::RunApplication() method) or selectively invoking global or object-level functions (see Listing 3). Note: PBSIG90 does not operate on PBDs, only PBLs. 1 | 2 NEXT PAGE » Published February 1, 2004 Reads 8,176 Copyright © 2004 SYS-CON Media, Inc. — All Rights
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