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The Application Server view is a new feature in PowerJ 4.0. Similar to the Components view in PowerBuilder 8.0 that displays ActiveX controls, plugins, JavaBeans, and servers, the PowerJ Application Server view can be accessed from the main menu by selecting View Application Server. The Application Server view provides several developer productivity enhancements. From this view you can: View and edit existing server profiles or add new ones. Display packages/components, applications, connection caches, and so on. Import components to a PowerJ palette. Remove components from a PowerJ palette. Maintaining Server Profiles The Application Server view initially lists the default application server profiles for EAServer 3.6.1 and 4 defined on the local host using port 9000. It allows you to list multiple servers, including ASE 12.5 database servers, if they've already been... (more)

Using Application Server View

The Application Server view is a new feature in PowerJ 4.0. Similar to the Components view in PowerBuilder 8.0 that displays ActiveX controls, plugins, JavaBeans, and servers, the PowerJ Application Server view can be accessed from the main menu by selecting View Application Server. The Application Server view provides several developer productivity enhancements. From this view you can: View and edit existing server profiles or add new ones. Display packages/components, applications, connection caches, and so on. Import components to a PowerJ palette. Remove components from a Po... (more)