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Hello Everybody!

I have a requirement to develop a voice recording software for one of our customer service module. Could anybody please let me know how this can be done in power builder. I am using PowerBuilder 11.5 build 2506.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Roy.

RE: Voice recording.

You will need to (most likely) purchase or create an object (I'd use Visual Studio and c#) to do this. The object will have to expose its methods via COM so PowerBuilder can use them. If you are 'rolling your own' there are a variety of articles on creating COM objects in .Net and using them in PB (I've written several). As far as the actual coding of the recording component, I'd start by searching on Code Project for examples.

Matt

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RE: Voice recording.

(OP)
Hello Matt,
Thank you so much for your guidance. I will do some research on that.

Regards,
Roy

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