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Support for the Data Pipeline in PowerBuilder .NET Windows Forms Targets
by Dave Fish
from http://powerbuilderevangelist.blogspot.com
Do you use data pipelines in your applications? If so you should know that PowerBuilder 11.1 supports the use of the data pipeline in .NET Windows Forms targets.
You need to deploy a new DLL, pbdpl110.dll, with your applications if they use pipelines. This DLL must be deployed with both .NET Windows Forms and standard PowerBuilder Win32 applications.
The pbdpl110.dll has been added to the Runtime Packager.
I'm leaving for Europe today so my posts may be a bit erratic this week, depending on my schedule and Internet access. Stay tuned for more information about new PowerBuilder 11.1 features.

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