PowerBuilder Runtime Files - - Application Techniques (2023)

PowerBuilder runtime files

List of runtime files
Installing the PowerBuilder runtime
Choosing a PowerBuilder runtime version

List of runtime files

All PowerBuilder runtime DLLs are digitally signed (as of PowerBuilder 2019 R2).

database connectivity

The files required for the connection to the database are listed separately indatabase connections.

Core files at runtime

The following table lists the main PowerBuilder runtime files.


required for




All. pbvm.dll has dependencies on this file.


All. pbvm.dll has dependencies on this file.


All. pbvm.dll has dependencies on this file. Required only in 32-bit.


All. libjcc.dll has dependencies on this file. Required only in 32-bit.


All. libjcc.dll has dependencies on this file. Required only in 32-bit.


All. libjcc.dll has dependencies on this file. Required only in 32-bit.

pbuis. dll

All. pbvm.dll has dependencies on this file.

pbdwe.dll, pbdwr220.pbd

DataWindows y DataStores.


system functions.


PowerBuilder resource file.

pbacc.dll, PBAccessibility.dll *

User interface accessibility and automation support (Section 508)

pbtra.dll, pbtrs.dll

Database connection tracking


Support for data pipelines


COM/COM+ support


Encryption and decryption support


InkEdit and InkPicture support

User interface accessibility and automation support (section 508) can be enabled through the PowerBuilder initialization file. For more information, seehere.

microsoft files

When deploying the PowerBuilder core runtime files, you must also deploy the Microsoft Visual C++ runtime libraries if they are not already present on the user's computer. The PowerBuilder runtime files have a runtime dependency on these files. To seeImplementation and third-party componentsfor more information.

  • Para 32 bits: vcruntime140.dll, concrt140.dll, msvcp140.dll

  • Para 64 bits: vcruntime140.dll, vcruntime140_1.dll, concrt140.dll y msvcp140.dll

Additional runtime files

The following table lists additional runtime files that your application might not need. For example, pbvm.dll is required for all deployed applications, but pbrtc.dll and its associated runtime files are only required if your application uses rich text controls or rich text DataWindow objects.

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required for


HTTP client support


OAuth 2.0 support

pbrestclient.dll, pbhttpclient.dll, pboauth.dll, pbcompression.dll, pbjson.dll

RESTCustomer Support

pbwebbrowser.dll and a paste "pbcef".

Web Browser Compatibility

tx30.dll, tx30_css.dll, tx30_doc.dll, tx30_dox.dll, tx30_htm.dll, tx30_ic.dll, tx30_obj.dll, tx30_pdf.dll, tx30_rtf.dll, tx30_tls.dll, tx30_wnd.dll, tx30_x, txlx.3 ml dll, tx4ole30.ocx, mfc120u.dll, msvcr120.dll, pbrtc.dll, pbtxtext.dll

TX ActiveX Text Control


Compression and extraction support (used by CompressorObject and ExtractorObject)


JSON support

PBDWExcel12Interop.dll, Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll

Support MS Excel12

pbpdf.dll, pdflib.dll

NativePDF support (save DataWindows as PDF files using the NativePDF method!)

pdflib.dll, pbpdfbuilder.dll

PDF Builder support


PB DOM (file is only required when adding PBDOM classes to a PowerBuilder target by importing PBDOM220.pbd in the library search path)

PBRibbonBar.dll (y sus DLL dependientes: PBXerces.dll, xerces-c.dll, pbjson.dll)

ribbon bar support

pbtheme.dll, pbjson.dll and the theme folder.

(The "Theme" folder must be manually copied from the "%AppeonInstallPath%\PowerBuilder [Version]\IDE" directory)

UI theme support

PBXerces.dll, xerces-c.dll

XML support (for DataWindows\DataStores and Web DataWindow)

PBDotNet.dll, PBDotNetInvoker.dll, PBDotNetCoreInvoker.dll, PBDotNetFrameworkInvoker.dll, Ijwhost.dll, pbdotnetinvoker.runtimeconfig.json

.NET assembly calls

pblab. ini

Annotate predefined formats in the DataWindow presentation style

pbrtc.dll, PBMSText.dll

Control RichEdit de Microsoft (64 bits) (obsoleto)

installed path

%systemdrive%\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\Common\PowerBuilder\Runtime [Versión].

The Sybase DLLs are installed in %AppeonInstallPath%\PowerBuilder 22.0\DotNET\bin.

The Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll file is automatically installed in the Windows GAC folder, for example B. C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly\GAC_MSIL\Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12 if you are running the MSM or MSI package. However, if you manually copy the runtime DLLs to the client (instead of using the MSM or MSI package), be sure to place the Sybase.PowerBuilder.DataWindow.Excel12.dll file in the same directory as the copy. The application executable is a C# assembly DLL and cannot be loaded via the environment variable.

deployment path

Same directory as the application, in a directory in the system path or in theApplication path registry key.

log entries

verApplication path registry key.

Localized runtime files

Localized runtime files are provided for French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish. These files are usually available shortly after the general release of a new version of PowerBuilder. Localized runtime files allow you to deploy PowerBuilder applications with standard runtime dialogs in the local language. They handle language-specific data when the application is running.

For more information, seeproduct location.

Installing the PowerBuilder runtime

Starting with version 2019 R3, the PowerBuilder runtime files are provided as a separate installable component within the PowerBuilder installer. When you run the PowerBuilder installer, you can select and install the latest runtime and IDE. and you should install the runtime before the IDE if no runtime has been installed on the computer because the IDE needs the runtime to start.

To install the PowerBuilder runtime:

  1. Run the PowerBuilder installer.

  2. cliqueInstall/ChangeoTo updateand then selectPowerBuilder Runtimein themcomponentstab, and then clickinstalloTo update.

    Multiple versions of "PowerBuilder Runtime" can be installed on the same computer.

"PowerBuilder Runtime" is always installed to %systemdrive%\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\Common\PowerBuilder\Runtime [version], for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\Common\PowerBuilder\Runtime 22.0. 0.1234 ("22" indicates version 2022); and its version number and installation directory are recorded in the system registry path:

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32-bit applications on 32-bit operating systems look for this registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Sybase\PowerBuilder Runtime

32-bit applications on 64-bit operating systems look for this registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Sybase\PowerBuilder Runtime

64-bit applications on 64-bit operating systems look for this registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Sybase\PowerBuilder Runtime

If multiple versions of "PowerBuilder Runtime" are installed, there will be multiple "Runtime [Version]" installation folders and multiple registry entries.

To use

Note the following significant changes caused by the separation of the runtime and the IDE:

  • All runtime DLLs that were previously installed in the shared folder are now installed separately in the runtime [Version] folder and the IDE folder to physically separate the runtime files from the IDE files.

    The "Runtime [Version]" folder contains the necessary runtime files. Example location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\Common\PowerBuilder\Runtime

    The IDE folder contains the support files required by the IDE. Example location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Appeon\PowerBuilder 22.0\IDE.

  • The runtime file location is no longer recorded in the PATH environment variable; instead, it is logged in the system registry.

  • Runtime files (including .dll, .ini, .pbx, .pbd, etc.) are renamed so that the version number (for example, "170", "190") previously attached to the runtime name is removed. file, for example, pbvm190. dll renamed to pbvm.dll.

If an external program called the runtime file, you may need to change your code accordingly.

Download runtime files for 2017 R3, 2019, and 2019 R2

To help developers conveniently obtain the runtime files for versions prior to 2019 R3, Appeon provides the runtime files as ZIP packages on the website:https://www.appeon.com/developers/get-help/knowledgebase-for-pb🇧🇷 Here you can download the runtime files for 2017 R3, 2019 and 2019 R2.

If you choose to uninstall a runtime version that the IDE is currently using, you will be prompted to confirm the uninstall; and if you proceed with the uninstall, the IDE will automatically find the best matching version (usually the most recent) available on the computer, or it will fail if no compatible runtime version is found.

Choosing a PowerBuilder runtime version

Choosing a PowerBuilder runtime version for the PowerBuilder IDE
Choosing a PowerBuilder runtime version for the application executable
Choosing a PowerBuilder runtime version for the PowerBuilder IDE
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As of version 2022, PowerBuilder IDE can only work with PowerBuilder Runtime on the same major versions, e.g. B. IDE 2022 only works with Runtime 2022.

If more than one build (minor version) of PowerBuilder Runtime is installed, you can determine which build of PowerBuilder Runtime loads the PowerBuilder IDE. By default, the PowerBuilder IDE uses the most recently installed PowerBuilder runtime. If a newer version of PowerBuilder Runtime is installed, you will be prompted to switch to the newer version and compile PowerScripts with the newer version when you open the PowerBuilder IDE. Or you can manually switch to use a different PowerBuilder runtime for the IDE. The IDE uses the PowerBuilder Runtime to run, debug, compile, and build the application.

To manually modify a PowerBuilder runtime for the PowerBuilder IDE:

  1. Choose Tools > System Options.

  2. On the General tab, select a build from the Switch PowerBuilder Runtime Version list.

  3. Restart the PowerBuilder IDE for the change to take effect.

    If more than one instance of the IDE is running, be sure to restart all instances.

The PowerBuilder IDE loads the runtime files according to the specified build number. If the specified runtime build is not loaded, the IDE will load the latest runtime build installed and supported by the IDE.

Please review the following table carefully to find out which PowerBuilder runtime is supported by your PowerBuilder IDE.

IDEs (including MRs)

Supported runtime (including MRs)

Runtime not supported



2021 or later


2019 R3, 2021

2022 or later



Rear Egg 2019 R3, 2021, 2022 R2


2022, 2022R2

Rear Egg 2019 R3, 2021, 2022 R3


2022, 2022 R2, 2022 R3

2019 R3, 2021, 2023 rear egg

Choosing a PowerBuilder runtime version for the application executable

The application executable can only be run with PowerBuilder Runtime on the same major version. If more than one PowerBuilder Runtime build is installed, you can determine which PowerBuilder Runtime build is loaded by the application executable.

The executable application in this section refers to the native C/S application compiled with Pcode only, excluding the application compiled with machine code and the application provided by PowerClient.

If the application is compiled from machine code, follow the instructions inCompiler Basicsto configure the runtime files.

If the app is deployed with PowerClient, you won't be able to select the PowerBuilder runtime (the runtime version used by the IDE is used by the app by default).

To use

Applications deployed with PowerClient cannot change the runtime version like the native C/S application. But developers can deploy the same app under different app names and with different runtime versions (the runtime version used by the IDE is used for deployment, so developers can manually change the runtime version in IDE before deployment) and then run the app under different names. for the corresponding runtime version.

To configure which version of PowerBuilder Runtime the application executable uses,

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  1. Specify the version of PowerBuilder Runtime in the configuration file (executable file name.xml).

    By default, the configuration file is automatically created with the same name in the same directory as the application executable. For example, if the application's executable is app1.exe, the configuration file will be app1.xml. (However, this file is not generated when the application is compiled with machine code.)

    By default, the configuration file contains the runtime path and version specified on the Run tab of Application Painter. You can open the configuration file in an editor and change the execution path and the version loaded by the application executable.

    If the PowerBuilder runtime files are placed in the same directory as the application executable, you can specify a relative path.

    For example, if the Runtime folder is in the same folder as the executable:

    <runtime path>\runtime\runtime</runtime path>

    or if the "Runtime" folder is placed next to the folder containing the executable:

    <runtime path>..\runtime\runtime</runtime path>

    To use

    In the configuration file (executable file name.xml), you can only enter one path, and that path must point to the location of the runtime files; You cannot specify other files or paths as pb.ini (they must be supplied and distributed as before).

    Runtime files here refer to files installed byPowerBuilder Runtimecomponent and is required by the application at runtime.

  2. Be sure to keep the configuration file in the same folder as the application executable when you distribute the application package.

To use

If you want to use the configuration file to determine the runtime files, make sure there are no runtime files in the same directory as the executable, otherwise those runtime files will be loaded before the ones specified in the configuration file.

Make sure you have correctly specified the runtime path in the configuration file; otherwise, the application will throw an error if the runtime file cannot be loaded.

If you don't want to use the configuration file, be sure to delete it (by deleting theexecutable file name.xml from the same folder as the application executable). The application then looks for the runtime DLLs in the following order:

  1. the runtime version used during the build of the application

  2. the best matching version recorded in the system registry (usually the latest supported version; and the application will not look for a version older than the one used for the build)

  3. the runtime path listed in the PATH environment variable (if applicable)

environmental variable

The PowerBuilder runtime location no longer appears in the environment variable starting with the 2019 R3 release. Instead, it is logged in the system registry by default. However, you can add the location to the PATH environment variable yourself.

The application executable can only run with the PowerBuilder Runtime at exactly the same version, for example:

Executable application compiled with Runtime

Can be executed with Runtime

No runs with Runtime



2019 R2 or earlier, 2021 or later



2019 R3 or earlier, 2022 or later



2021 or earlier, 2023 or later

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What language does PowerBuilder use? ›

The language used to program PowerBuilder is called Powerscript, which is an object-oriented language. It supports inheritance, polymorphism and encapsulation. Programmers use a common code framework called PowerBuilder foundation classes (PFC) to inherit objects from pre-existing code.

What is PowerBuilder runtime? ›

The PowerBuilder Runtime Packager is a tool that packages the PowerBuilder files an application needs at runtime into a Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) package file or a Microsoft merge module (MSM).

Is PowerBuilder an IDE? ›

If needed, you can then adjust the location of each PowerBuilder IDE by using the new settings. Then, when exploring your code within Visual Expert, you can edit a given PB object or method in the PowerBuilder IDE.

How do I run a PowerBuilder app? ›

Run the PowerBuilder application
  1. Click the Run button ( ) in the PowerBar1. ...
  2. Select Tutorial > Open from the menu bar. ...
  3. Click the Retrieve button. ...
  4. Click the Insert button. ...
  5. Add a new customer row by entering information in the boxes in the DataWindow. ...
  6. Click the Delete button. ...
  7. Click the Update button.

Is PowerBuilder a programming language? ›

PowerBuilder is an object-oriented programming language.

Is PowerBuilder obsolete? ›

Obsolete Features:

The PBC (PowerBuilder Compiler, the standlone utility for doing automated compilation) will no longer be eligible for technical support.

What is a PowerBuilder application? ›

PowerBuilder is an enterprise development tool that allows you to build many types of applications and components. It is one of a group of Appeon products that together provide the tools to develop client/server, multitier, and Internet applications.

How do I debug a PowerBuilder application? ›

Click the PowerBuilder button on the Windows Taskbar. Click the Debug button in the dialog box that displays. Open a script in the Source view and set breakpoints. The application is suspended when it hits a breakpoint and the Source, Variable, Call Stack, and Objects in Memory views show the current context.

How do I open a PowerBuilder file? ›

Opening PowerBuilder objects

In either the Tree view or the List view, double-click the object, or select Edit from the object's pop-up menu. PowerBuilder takes you to the painter for that object and opens the object.

Is Powerbi the same as PowerBuilder? ›

Power BI Report Builder is a separate tool which is aimed at Paginated Reports, it does not allow for Data Modelling, DAX calculations or interactive visuals.

How does PowerBuilder connect to database? ›

In PowerBuilder, click Tools -> Database Painter. In the Objects window in the Database Painter, right-click the ODBC node and click New Profile. On the Connection tab, enter a name for the profile and select the SQL Server DSN in the Data Source menu.

How do I use API with PowerBuilder? ›

  1. Generate Skeleton. Create DataWindow in PowerBuilder, Convert it to C# Create & Inject the DataContext. ...
  2. Code the Business Logic. Code the business logic rapidly with .NET DataStore. ...
  3. Scaffold API. Scaffold the Controller of the REST API. ...
  4. Visually Test. Create Body data with utilities. ...
  5. Publish.

How to create an EXE file in PowerBuilder? ›

Create the executable file
  1. Create the Project object.
  2. > Create the executable file.
  3. Create a shortcut.
  4. Test the executable file.

How do I execute a stored procedure in PowerBuilder? ›

Place your cursor in the Declare Local External Functions view. From the pop-up menu or the Edit menu, select Paste Special>SQL>Remote Stored Procedures. PowerBuilder loads the stored procedures from your database and displays the Remote Stored Procedures dialog box.

What is PowerBuilder training? ›

Powerbuilding is a combination of two different training styles: powerlifting and bodybuilding. It uses three specific exercises — the deadlift, bench press and squat — to help you build strength, lift heavier and increase muscle mass.

Is PowerShell coding or scripting? ›

As a scripting language, PowerShell is commonly used for automating the management of systems. It is also used to build, test, and deploy solutions, often in CI/CD environments. PowerShell is built on the . NET Common Language Runtime (CLR).

Is PowerShell scripting coding? ›

PowerShell scripting is defined as the process of writing and executing code scripts in the Windows PowerShell scripting language – typically using the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) – where the scripts are saved as separate text files to automate IT administration and DevOps-related tasks.

Does PowerBuilder use Log4j? ›

The PowerBuilder installation folder contains version 1.2. 8 of Log4j, which is NOT listed as an affected version in CVE-2021-44228 but may contain other security vulnerabilities. The WEB-INF\lib folder contains “log4j-1.2.

What is replace in PowerBuilder? ›

Description. Replaces a portion of one string with another.

How much does PowerBuilder cost? ›

Q: How much does PowerBuilder cost? Pricing for PowerBuilder starts at $895 per user per year. Q: What pricing for support is available for PowerBuilder? PowerBuilder offers support included with purchase and additional fee / premium available.

How does PowerBuilder connect to Oracle? ›

Connect to Oracle Data from PowerBuilder
  1. Add the driver JAR to the PowerBuilder classpath. ...
  2. Click Tools -> Database Painter.
  3. Right-click the JDBC node and click New Profile.
  4. In the Database Profile Setup dialog, enter the following: ...
  5. To view and modify a table, right-click a table and then click Edit Data -> Grid.

How do I use my PowerBuilder DataStore? ›

To use a DataStore, you first need to create an instance of the DataStore object in a script and assign the DataWindow object to the DataStore. Then, if the DataStore is intended to retrieve data, you need to set the transaction object for the DataStore.

Is PowerBuilder 32 bit or 64 bit? ›

You can only use 32-bit PowerBuilder extensions in the PowerBuilder Classic IDE. For runtime, package and distribute 64-bit extension libraries with your 64-bit applications. The file names of your 64-bit extension should match the 32-bit file names, since the application references it by file name.

What are the 7 steps of debugging? ›

7 Steps to Debug Efficiently and Effectively
  • 1) Always Reproduce the Bug Before You Start Changing Code.
  • 2) Understand Stack Traces.
  • 3) Write a Test Case that Reproduces the Bug.
  • 4) Know Your Error Codes.
  • 5) Google! Bing! Duck! Duck! Go!
  • 6) Pair Program Your Way Out of It.
  • 7) Celebrate Your Fix.
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What are the 4 steps in debugging? ›

Isolate the source of the bug. Identify the cause of the bug. Determine a fix for the bug. Apply the fix and test it.

What are the 8 steps for debugging? ›

8 Steps to Debug Your Process Control System
  1. Plot the process. ...
  2. Identify key components. ...
  3. Assign metrics for key components. ...
  4. Take measurements. ...
  5. Create a data “dashboard” ...
  6. Prioritize components for attention, maintenance, and budget. ...
  7. Make the decision. ...
  8. Refine and extend, but stay flexible.

How do I open a PowerBuilder code? ›

Double-click a workspace file in Windows Explorer. Workspaces have a . pbw extension. PowerBuilder starts with the workspace open.

What is SRD file in PowerBuilder? ›

The SRD file contains the source code of the DataWindow object. They can be completely exported to the C# project and included in the folder suffixed with pbl. SRD files are required by the . NET DataStore.

How do I open a PEF file? ›

It is a raw image format used in Pentax Digital Cameras. PEF file format basically represents what the camera see and feel.
Need to Open a PEF File?
  1. Launch Aftershot.
  2. Choose File > Open.
  3. Find the PEF file you wish to open.
  4. Select the File(s)
  5. Edit & Save Your File!

Is Power Query faster than Excel? ›

Power BI has faster processing than Excel. Power BI dashboards are more visually appealing, interactive and customizable than those in Excel. Power BI is a more powerful tool than Excel in terms of comparison between tables, reports or data files. Power BI is more user friendly and easy to use than Excel.

Which is faster DAX or Power Query? ›

PQ calculation slows down data load, where as DAX calculated column will slow down visual update on interaction with slicer etc. Most cases, if you do data load during after hours (or early in the morning) once.

Is Power Query a ETL tool? ›

Using Power Query, you can perform the extract, transform, and load (ETL) processing of data.

What is polymorphism in PowerBuilder? ›

Polymorphism refers to a programming language's ability to process objects differently depending on their datatype or class. Polymorphism means that functions with the same name behave differently depending on the referenced object.

What is in the PBC file on PowerBuilder? ›

The PBC file is a text file that contains status information from the last time a workspace was connected to source control. PowerBuilder creates a PBC file only from a workspace that is connected to source control.

How do I add a library to PowerBuilder? ›

Developer Procedure
  1. In PowerBuilder, create a new PBL and its library entries. ...
  2. Add the new PBL file to the library list for your application in PowerBuilder.
  3. Edit/Build/Debug until the PBL file is ready to be created and checked in to CM.
  4. Shut down PowerBuilder.
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How do I connect to API in Informatica? ›

Create a connection in Workflow manager and run the workflow
  1. Name: Enter the name of the HTTP Transformation which is understandable.
  2. User Name: Enter the username of the REST API URL call.
  3. Password: Enter the password for the URL.
  4. Authentication Type: Select the Authentication type as “Basic”
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How do I call API from Powerapps? ›

Go to “Connections” under the “Manage” section in the left navigation menu.
  1. And click on “New Connection” on the top right.
  2. Switch to the “Custom” tab and click “New Custom API”.
  3. You'll now be asked to provide a name and description for your custom API, along with uploading the Swagger definition file and an icon.

How do I run an API script? ›

Execute Functions with the Apps Script API
  1. Step 1: Set up the common Cloud project.
  2. Step 2: Deploy the script as an API executable.
  3. Step 3: Configure the calling application.
  4. Step 4: Make the script.run request.

How do I convert PowerShell script to exe? ›

To convert a single PowerShell script to EXE via the command-line requires a single line providing the main PS2EXE command ( Invoke-PS2EXE ) followed by the script's path to convert and the path to the EXE you'd like to create. You can now run target.exe, and it will invoke the code defined in the source. ps1 script.

How .exe files are created? ›

Users can create executable files in a basic text editor or in an integrated development environment (IDE). If using a text editor, users need a separate compiler to turn the file into machine code. IDEs automate the compilation process.

Can PowerShell run exe files? ›

You can run .exe files in PowerShell using three different methods: Typing “. \” followed by the name of the file. Using Invoke-Expression.

How to call Oracle stored procedure in PowerBuilder? ›

Once inside the transaction user object, choose "Declare-Local External Functions" and follow the syntax below.
  1. Stored Procedure (no package) The declaration syntax for a stored procedure (on its own, outside package) is: ...
  2. Procedure inside an Oracle package. ...
  3. Stored Function (no package) ...
  4. Function inside an Oracle package.

Can we call stored procedure from PowerApps? ›

Calling a SQL Server stored procedure from Power Apps is not possible directly. The Power Apps SQL connector allows you to read or write data to an SQL Server database table, but not use any of the programmability functions of SQL Server.

What is the best way to execute a stored procedure in the database? ›

Expand the database that you want, expand Programmability, and then expand Stored Procedures. Right-click the user-defined stored procedure that you want and select Execute Stored Procedure.

How do I train like a PowerBuilder? ›

How to Create a Powerbuilding Training Routine
  1. Day 1: Upper-Body Power Day.
  2. Day 2: Lower-Body Power Day.
  3. Day 3: Rest Day.
  4. Day 4: Chest, Shoulders, and Triceps Hypertrophy Day.
  5. Day 5: Lower-Body Hypertrophy Day.
  6. Day 6: Back and Biceps Hypertrophy Day.
  7. Day 7: Rest Day.

What are the 3 power lifting exercises? ›

The sport of powerlifting is based on three activities: the squat, the bench press and the deadlift. Despite its name, powerlifting is an exercise in strength not power.

What are the 5 power lifts? ›

What are the Big 5 Lifts?
  • Deadlift.
  • Bench Press.
  • Squat.
  • Shoulder Press.
  • Pull-Up.
6 Sept 2021

Does PowerBuilder use Java? ›

You must deploy the PowerBuilder pbjvm190. dll file with any applications or components that use the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), and there must be a JRE installed on the target computer. The JRE is required for EJB clients, JDBC connections, and saving as PDF using XSL-FO.

How do I import files into PowerBuilder? ›

PowerBuilder displays the Select Import File dialog box. A drop-down list lets the user select the type of file to import. Specifying a null string for filename If you specify a null string for filename, the remaining arguments are ignored. All the rows and columns in the file are imported.

What can hackers do with Log4j? ›

How can hackers take advantage of Log4j's vulnerability? The Log4j flaw allows attackers to execute code remotely on a target computer, which could let them steal data, install malware or take control.

Has anyone been affected by Log4j? ›

Some of the most well-known technological vendors, including AWS, Adobe, and IBM, have vulnerable code in their products. Here's a list of the top organizations that were impacted by the Log4j vulnerability.

Does everyone use Log4j? ›

Almost all software will have some form of ability to log (for development, operational and security purposes), and Log4j is a very common component used for this. For individuals, Log4j is almost certainly part of the devices and services you use online every day.

What is application object in PowerBuilder? ›

The Application object is the entry point into an application. It is a discrete object that is saved in a PowerBuilder library ( PBL file), just like a window, menu, function, or DataWindow object.

How do I make a PowerBuilder executable? ›

Create the executable file
  1. Create the Project object.
  2. > Create the executable file.
  3. Create a shortcut.
  4. Test the executable file.


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