Powerbuilder

Thursday, 24 August 2017 12:54

Code Modernization: Focus on Powerbuilder

PowerBuilder, with its ever-popular DataWindow IDE feature, and strong client-server orientation, is still an important coding mechanism.  It has fallen out of favor in recent years, however, and its codebase has been neglected and moved to Sybase, then to SAP, and now to Appeon. Due to a few missteps along the way, and a late.NET capability addition, many companies are choosing to discontinue their use of PB and move to newer platforms. 

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Friday, 08 August 2003 10:56

MagnaX / Powerbuilder to Java - Navigant

Navigant Consulting Services was given the task of modernizing The Corporate Maintenance & Stop Loss System of a major U.S. company. This legacy system was written in the PowerBuilder and Magna-X software languages. Navigant contracted with TSRI to perform the code transformation of both languages into Java, refactor the application to improve performance, and produce bridge documentation.

  • Customer:  Navigant
  • Source & Target Language: MagnaX/Powerbuilder to Java
  • Lines of Code: 187,000
  • Duration: 15 months
  • Services: Legacy “As-Is” Documentation, Code Transformation, Automated Refactoring, Support of System Integration, Final “To-Be” Documentation
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