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The current PSR compatibility issues between PowerBuilder and the PowerJ Java DataWindow can be resolved using PowerScript and Java source to pass a DataWindow object's FullState, bringing your PowerBuilder reporting applications into the Java realm. A Powersoft Report (PSR) is a data file that represents a snapshot of a DataWindow or DataStore, including data and presentation information. This mechanism allows the PowerJ or PowerBuilder developer to save the current state of a DataWindow or DataStore for reporting purposes. Through PowerBuilder and PowerJ a PSR can be viewed, printed, and manipulated; however, it can't make updates back to its data source. PSRs can be created within PowerBuilder, InfoMaker, DataWindow Builder, and Java DataWindow. Ideally, you can save a PSR in one of the products mentioned above and load it into another for viewing or printing at... (more)

Resolving PSR Compatibility Issues

The current PSR compatibility issues between PowerBuilder and the PowerJ Java DataWindow can be resolved using PowerScript and Java source to pass a DataWindow object's FullState, bringing your PowerBuilder reporting applications into the Java realm. A Powersoft Report (PSR) is a data file that represents a snapshot of a DataWindow or DataStore, including data and presentation information. This mechanism allows the PowerJ or PowerBuilder developer to save the current state of a DataWindow or DataStore for reporting purposes. Through PowerBuilder and PowerJ a PSR can be viewed, p... (more)