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As we all know, the DataWindow is a very powerful and flexible control used
for data presentation and manipulation. For the most part, the features that
you get out of the box allow you to create some very impressive applications.
With that said, there is always room for improvement. Fortunately for us, the
DataWindow was built with flexibility in mind. By taking advantage of this
flexibility, we can extend the DataWindow to do almost anything we want.
In this article, I'm going to introduce you to PowerFilter, a control
developed by Jim Reese and available for purchase from
If you've read any of my past articles, you know that I love a good
challenge, a challenge that really gets me thinking and ultimately ends up
teaching me something. One thing I always wanted to do was create dockable
windows using pure PowerScript. I held off from doing this for some time
because of the almost overwhelming complexity that was inherent with this
type of control. Seeing as this would be the perfect test of my skills, I
motivated myself to do it.
The first thing I had to do before I started was investigate an existing
control so that I could record proper behavior... (more)
PowerBuilder offers some dynamic querying capabilities. For simple scenarios
it works quite well. But what if your scenario isn't simple? What if you
wanted to write a database-querying tool that provides stored procedure
compilation, ShowPlan display, or the execution of large complicated batch
I was writing a database-querying tool that was destined to work against our
ASE database (and ODBC connections but, that's a whole different article). At
first I tried to use the PowerBuilder dynamic SQL functions but found it to
be very limiting. That solution was too simple a... (more)
I wrote in to Eric Sink, owner of SourceGear, asking for an Evil Mastermind
t-shirt. To my surprise, they sent me one. It's the coolest nerd shirt I've
Payment is simple, post a link back to Eric's blog (http://www.ericsink.com/)
and take a picture of myself wearing the shirt...Um, well, I'm not very
photogenic so I thought I would get my beautiful wife to model it.