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powerbuilder 12 .NET

powerbuilder 12 .NET

powerbuilder 12 .NET

Hi all,

Being very green at .NET, I've been reading on pb 12 .NET and I'm somewhat confused on what to use:

"pb 12 classic" or "pb 12 .NET".

What I'd like to try is to make a small application run in MS Internet Explorer. In pb 11, that would be done using a web-forms application.

In powerbuilder 12, do I still have to use a 'classic' web-forms application or can I use the ".NET IDE/shell" to achieve the same purpose?

As far as I found out, ".NET ide" only seems to serve for;
- WPF (is that "non" web-forms?),
- .NET Web services
- .Net assembly to be used by other applications

Thanks in advance,


Miguel L.

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