Wednesday, February 27, 2013
In the second part of his presentation, Bruce Armstrong will be combining the techniques covered in the web services session (specifically creating a WCF client for the Amazon Web Services) with techniques about using .Net assemblies from PowerBuilder Classic Win32 targets in order to implement the WCF client in a Win32 target. In the process, creating a PowerBuilder.Net .Net assembly to wrap the WCF client and exposing that to the Win32 target via a COM Callable Wrapper. He will also look at how to sign the assemblies involved so that they can be loaded into the GAC.
If you would like to see the first part of the presentation, you can find it here.
Presenter: Bruce Armstrong