|Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 7:14 pm
|Hear how easy it is to switch to OE Architect, and learn to implement
utilities for the "recovery" part of your disaster recovery plan at
the North Carolina Progress user group (NCPUG) meeting, Wednesday,
October 15, 2008. Enjoy networking with fellow Progress users and
partners over a free, delicious lunch!
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Noon - 1 - Networking lunch (it's free!)
1:30 to 5 p.m. - ""An IDE Whose Time Has Come" and "How Healthy Is
Your Database" Presentations
Keystone Systems’ Office
You can also visit MapQuest or GoogleMaps.
Charge: Meeting is free for guests and members.
RSVP: Contact Laura Woodard at (804) 553-1130 or
lwoodard at (no spam) allegroconsultants.com at least five days in advance. Let her
know as well if you'll be attending the lunch.
"An IDE Whose Time Has Come"
Presenter: Mike Lonski, Allegro
OpenEdge 10 has been out for a few years now. As always, new versions
bring change and one of the biggest for the Progress developer is the
move away from the Progress proprietary integrated development
environment (IDE) to one that is an industry standard. Changing your
OE Studio licenses with its familiar AppBuilder over to OE Architect
licenses with an IDE based on the Eclipse platform can seem daunting
but it shouldn’t. Come get a quick tour of the Architect environment
and see how easy it is to move to this new and vastly improved IDE.
"How Healthy is Your Database?"
Vital statistics on production databases are rarely monitored
frequently enough to take preventative action on halting the impending
crisis. This session walks you through the utilities available to
monitor physical database limits, runtime memory and block checking,
record validation, crucial database events that have occurred and the
importance of checking the “recovery’ part of your disaster recovery
plan. You’ll learn how to make these checks work proactively for you.
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