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PowerBuilder and SDK

PowerBuilder and SDK

PowerBuilder and SDK

I am not sure if this message belongs here or in the PowerBuilder forum, so I am posting it to both.  I have written an app in PowerBuilder using the SI7 SDK to schedule reports.  Using the examples as a guide, I have managed to successfully create a folder, create a report within the folder and schedule the report.  The problem I am having is that the settings for the scheduled instance are all wrong.  I am scheduling a report in Crystal Report format to a file destination.  What gets scheduled is a Character-separated value format to ccMail destination.  I believe that the problem has to do with how PowerBuilder handles structures.  Before I paste a bunch of code, I'll ask whether anyone is familiar with making calls to the SDK from PowerBuilder.

RE: PowerBuilder and SDK

This SI SDK was a free download.  It is not available now. Can I get it from you?

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