Tuesday, October 28, 2014. 8:00 AM PST (Los Angeles) / 17H00 CET ( Paris)
Business users are now asking for a quick and direct access to a steadily increasing amount of information.
They need to build reports on the fly, and visualize data in multiple, unpredictable ways.
How do you answer their needs when reports are embedded in a PowerBuilder application?
During this presentation, we'll show how Business users can build new reports themselves (no technical or SQL Skills required).
Once reports are defined, they can:
This presentation is based on Reporting Studio for PowerBuilder, a new Enable LTD solution.
Presenter: Christophe Dufourmantelle
Bruce Armstrong, community speaker, PB expert and author of numerous PB articles and books will present this year a number of technical sessions.
Get information on the latest movements in the PB eco-system and also join presenter Bruce Armstrong as he covers a number of PowerBuilder topics in person!
Thursday, March 13, 2014 - at 5:00 PM CET (Paris) 9:00 AM PST (Los Angeles)
Learn how to share the knowledge of your PowerBuilder application among the team and to help maintain it as your team evolves. See how to manage unexpected side effects during modifications to your application.
In this presentation, Christophe Dufourmantelle will demonstrate how Visual Expert lets you:
For those of you already familiar with Visual Expert, tune in to see how Visual Expert 7 improves the sharing experience, manages even larger sets of code and better automates your analyses. See how several developers can now simultaneously use the same VE project and share the results of an impact analyses.
Thursday, October 16, 2014. 9:00 AM PST (Los Angeles) / 18H00 CET (Paris)
Filiberto Sosa will talk about the NeuroTechnology Drivers used to integrate Fingerprint security in applications deployed to the web using Appeon, in order to monitor time and attendance as well as customer identification. Also, he will explain the different functions that are needed to Read and Write the fingerprints and also how to compare them to see if they match. The fingerprints are PNG files that also need to be stored in the Appeon Server; when doing a comparison, they will need to be downloaded to make the match. All of this will be explained in a one hour session.