Back end Code

  

Could you please let me know that what language is used for the back-end code for web applications, or could you provide me a link to the webpage which will provide me information for the same.

Hello Ujjaval,

You can find this kind of information in the OutSystems website https://www.outsystems.com/platform/

As a rule, you can have .Net or Java stacks (the former is more developed than the later). In .Net, you will have applications created using C# (afaik), and in Java, well, java... ;)

But while developing in OutSystems, you don't code directly in those languages. The code is generated automatically for you.

Cheers

Eduardo Jauch wrote:

Hello Ujjaval,

You can find this kind of information in the OutSystems website https://www.outsystems.com/platform/

As a rule, you can have .Net or Java stacks (the former is more developed than the later). In .Net, you will have applications created using C# (afaik), and in Java, well, java... ;)

But while developing in OutSystems, you don't code directly in those languages. The code is generated automatically for you.

Cheers

Is there any page which shows a clear indication of the language of code that is generated by OutSystems ? Because on one of the pages i found that the code generated is a native .NET code., Check the Code Generator Paragraph in Platform Server in this below URL. (https://success.outsystems.com/Evaluation/Architecture/1_OutSystems_Platform_tools_and_components)

Can we know the exact coding language after we detach our code from the OutSystems?


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Hello Ujjaval,

The language will depend on which server you installed.
If you installed a Dot Net stack (using IIS, on windows, with the platform for this stack), it will generate dot net code. If you are installing in a JAVA stack with jBoss (for example) and installed the Server for JAVA stack, the code will be JAVA.

You can easily see the server that was installed (stack) in Lifetime:

Don't know if there is this information in ServiceCenter.
But also, if the stack is dot net, the pages served by the server will be aspx, while if the stack is java, the pages will be jsp (if i am not mistaken).

Cheers.

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