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  • Thank you. I like that URL, I hadn't seen that before (and it didn't seem to show up when I searched for "OpenEdge Development Server")

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    Tom Bascom

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  • It's the 5th item in the table of contents.

    Now I understand why it's Development Server and not Development AppServer or something else.

    I really like when Salvador does the Web Events, he's a great teacher

  • We must be searching in different places. I searched from the search box on PSDN home and item #5 was "10.0B Java Open Clients manual" (none of the others seemed any more likely to work...)

    Where were you searching from?

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  • A bit late, but...

    Some info from a few places:

    (There are some other entries in the manuals if you search the pdf files on "Development Server")

    Possibly out of date doc, can't find in my manuals:

    "Run and validate code for a distributed applications on development-scaled AppServer(2 Agents), WebSpeed® Transaction Server(2 Agents), OpenEdge RDBMS (Personal, 1 Registered Client) and Client-Networking (1 Registered Client)."

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    From OE10 Platform and Product Availability Guide

    It is a repackaging of Provision & Webspeed Development Server.

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    From KB P20143

    Progress ProVision Plus Development Server:

    A development version of the Progress Personal Database that consists of AppServer, WebSpeed Transaction Server, and Client Networking for testing.

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    OE Docs > Getting Started > Intallation Products & Components > >

    Openedge Development Server Component List

    Table 12-13

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  • psdn problems - edited repost

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  • psdn problems - edited repost

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  • My mistake. I should have said in the Web Event Salvador gave.

    http://www.psdn.com/library/entry.jspa?externalID=1881&categoryID=3.

  • Thanks for the tips guys.

    I can't begin to keep up with all of the stuff that PSC publishes. Isn't the idea of "search" to consolidate all of these sources of information into a unified view?

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