Progress OpenEdge Connector

Stable Version 2.0.0 (O10)
Also available for 9.1
Published on 12 May 2017 by 
Created on 12 May 2017
Details
Application for managing direct connections with Progress OpenEdge AppServer.
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Application for managing direct connections with Progress OpenEdge AppServer.


Features:

  • Registration of various configurations of connections with AppServer.
  • Use of AppServer of type Free Session or not.
  • Control of maximum number of concurrent connections.
  • Queue control of requests when all connections are in use.
  • Timeout control in queue of requests.
  • Access procedure progress directly through the procedure's "path + name", without the need to generate additional DLLs via proxygen.
  • Control the locking / unlocking of all connections (main switch).
  • Multi-thread access test in background.
  • Log of requests, including handling the input and output parameters to save them as Text (up to 2000 characters) or BinaryData (for texts above 2000 characters).
  • Log of connections setup.
  • KeepAlive option to reuse of OpenAppObjectControl (Beta). If you choose to not KeepAlive it will open and close connection on each request.
  • Actions to centralize the handling of requests and respective logs.
  • Initial self-configuration of the singleton in publishing and logging in.


Limitations:

  • The Progress OpenEdge procedures must have an input parameter and an output parameter. Both of type LONGCHAR.
  • Because of the use of Singleton in the extension, access must be done via WebServices of the main module. It can not be via Actions because this would create a new instance of Singleton.
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Category
Applications, Connectors
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Dependencies
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Requirements
Platform:
10.0.0.402
Database:
SQL Server
Stack:
.NET
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