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Maximizing productivity with Progress Developer
Studio for OpenEdge 11.2 and Higher
Anil Kumar
Yogesh Devatraj
Focus of the Session
Brief Introduction to Progress Developer
Studio For OpenEdge 11.2 Features
Improving OpenEdge developer productivity
Know what’s new in Progress Developer
Studio for OpenEdge 11.3
Demos of all new exciting features
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Introduction to Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge
“An Eclipse based integrated development environment to
increase OpenEdge developer productivity with highly
customizable and easily navigable user interface.”
Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge
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Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge 11.2
AppBuilder • Seamless Appbuilder
Integration Integration with PDSOE
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Appbuilder Integration to PDSOE
“New improved seamless Appbuilder Integration makes PDSOE one stop
solution for developer that develops or maintain ABL GUI applications
using Appbuilder”
All new GUI design
editor with design
palette
Preferences &
Properties
Section editor
support
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Improved ABL
source editor
Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
Appbuilder Integration to PDSOE
All new GUI
design editor
Preferences &
Properties
Improved ABL
source editor.
Section editor
support
Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
Moved to Menu & Toolbar
Moved to dockable
Palette
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Appbuilder Integration to PDSOE
All new GUI
design editor
Preferences &
Properties
Improved ABL
source editor.
Section editor
support
Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
 Brings native Appbuilder
functionality to PDSOE
 Dock-able widget palette
 Inherits look and feel of
Visual Designer
Dock-able Palette
 Hierarchical widget outline
view
 Synchronization between
design and source editor
Widget Hierarchy Outline
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Appbuilder Integration to PDSOE
All new GUI
design editor
Preferences &
Properties
Improved ABL
source editor.
Section editor
support
 Now AppBuilder GUI
applications are OpenEdge
project aware.
 AppBuilder options are
available as PDSOE
preferences and project
properties.
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Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
AppBuilder Preferences
Improved ABL Source Editor: Read-only Code Sections
All new GUI
design editor
Preferences &
Properties
Improved ABL
source editor.
Section editor
support
Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
 Ease of editing AppBuilder
generated source file
Editable code section
 Protects AppBuilder generated
code
 Customizable Highlighting
Non-editable section for
AppBuilder generated code
 AppBuilder Editor preference
options are provided to turn
on/off this feature
 Code folding for Appbuilder
specific blocks
 Customized Find and Replace
dialog
 All new Trigger Wizard.
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Editable code block
By default AppBuilder
read-only code block
will be close folded
Improved ABL Source Editor: Section Editor
All new GUI
design editor
Preferences &
Properties
Improved ABL
source editor.
Section editor
support
Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
 Simulates Standalone
AppBuilder section
editor functionality
 Easy navigation through
ABL outline nodes
 Hides AppBuilder
generated code to
better readability
 Quick toggle option to
enable/disable section
view.
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Toggle action to
enable/disable
section view
Displays code section related to selection
AppBuilder ProTools & Dynamics
All new GUI
design editor
Preferences &
Properties
Improved ABL
source editor.
Section editor
support
Support for
Dynamics &
ProTools
 AppBuilder ProTools options are
available under workbench toolbar
as well as Menu, divided in three
sub groups
 General ProTools
 Appbuilder ProTools
 ADM2 ProTools
 All Progress Dynamics features are
fully integrated in PDSOE like
 Open dynamic object.
 Register to repository.
 Save dynamics object as static.
 Save static object as dynamics.
 Open associate procedure.
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ADM2 ProTools
General ProTools
ApppBuilder ProTools
Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge 11.2
•
Seamless Appbuilder
AppBuilder
Integration with
Integration
ABL
Scratchpad
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PDSOE
•Running ABL code
snippet on the fly
ABL Scratchpad
“ABL
Scratchpad is an editable multi-tabbed view
that allow user to write and test ABL code snippet on
the fly.”
Editing
Experience
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Running
Options
Data
Persistence
Editing Experience
Editing
Experience
Running
Options
Data
Persistence
 Content Assistance and Data
Awareness on demand
 Color Coding
Content Assist
 Syntax Check in view itself
Color Coding
 Standard editor operations like
cut, copy, paste options
 Undo redo actions
 Clear entire code in view.
Standard editor options
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Running Options and Persistence
Editing
Experience
Running
Options
 Run against any of the available
projects runtime
 By default, uses shared AVM
 Can also be executed against new
AVM to avoid overwriting session
or global variables.
 Preserves the content of all
opened tabs
 Remembrance of associated AVM
for individual tabs
 Save-as option for saving any code
snippets into file system.
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Data
Persistence
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Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge 11.2
AppBuilder • Seamless Appbuilder
Integration Integration with PDSOE
ABL
• Running ABL code
Scratchpad snippet on the fly
REST
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•Introducing ABL to REST
world
REST Support in PDSOE
“REST (REpresentational State Transfer) is an architectural style for
distributed computing that was defined in conjunction with the HTTP
protocol”. PDSOE provides Application development tools for the same.
REST Projects
creation in PDSOE
REST Annotations
to ABL Files
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Applications
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REST Expose
Editor for
Mappings
OE Web Server
and REST Services
New REST Project
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
New project types:
 REST project type
 Mobile project type
 REST and Mobile
projects are
associated with the
OpenEdge Server
perspective
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REST Expose
Editor
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
OE Web Server
and REST
Services
REST Annotations to ABL Files
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
REST Expose
Editor
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
OE Web Server
and REST
Services
 Identify ABL code that is to be exposed as REST service
 Programs can also be:
 ABL classes
 REST annotations are added to identify functionality that will be
exposed to the REST service
 Use Define Service Interface Wizard for adding Mobile Annotations
 Annotations can be added to:
 Methods in a class
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REST Specific
Option
Creating a REST Service
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
REST Expose
Editor
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
 REST Service URI
should start with ‘/’
 Service can be
associated to
respective OE Web
Servers during the
creation
 One REST Project can
have multiple REST
Services
OE Webserver is
listed by default
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OE Web Server
and REST
Services
REST Expose Editor
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
REST Expose
Editor
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
OE Web Server
and REST
Services
 REST Expose Editor is used to

Create resources

Define a mapping between exposed
ABL routines and Verbs
 From the REST Expose Editor you can:
 Manage the REST resources defined for the REST service
 Associate REST verbs, HTTP methods, with the exposed ABL procedures
 Map the input and output parameters
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Servers in PDSOE
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
REST Expose
Editor
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
 OpenEdge REST applications need two types of servers
• OpenEdge AppServer (restbroker1)
• OE Web Server (restmgr1)
 Servers can be stopped and started from Servers
view in PDSOE
 Other Approaches
• Proenv command line
• OpenEdge Explorer / OpenEdge Management
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OE Web Server
and REST
Services
Publishing Resources to OE Webserver
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
REST Expose
Editor
 OE Web Server resources
• Defined Service required
• Configured to publish on server
• Published to application directory
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Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
OE Web Server
and REST
Services
Status of OE Web Server
REST Projects in
PDSOE
REST
Annotations
to ABL Files
REST Expose
Editor
Publishing and
Packaging OE
REST Appl
OE Web Server
and REST
Services
 [Stopped] - Initial State after PDSOE Launch
 [Starting] - During the process of starting OE Web Server
 [Started]
- Successful start of OE Web Server.
 [Started, Synchronized] - Application is published properly
 [Stopped, Synchronized] - Web Server stopped and app available
 [Started, Republish] - When Application is changed in PDSOE
 [Synchronized][Published] - Application is in sync or up-to date
 [OE Web server not started] - Webserver not started yet
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Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge 11.2
AppBuilder
Integration
• Seamless Appbuilder Integration
with PDSOE
ABL
Scratchpad
• Running ABL code snippet on the
fly
REST
Mobile
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• Introducing ABL to REST world
• Build Apps faster and get to
market quickly
OpenEdge Mobile
Complete Mobile application development and deployment can be done
directly from PDSOE and all Mobile specific artifacts for iOS and Android
can be generated with minimal steps.
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Mobile App
Creation
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
Mobile AppBuilder
Options
Running Mobile
Application
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Mobile App creation as part of Mobile Project
Mobile App
Creation
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
 Creates project (or a mobile
application) in cloud
 Requires user credentials
(PSDN) for Mobile App Builder
 Choice of App types
 Device (Phone or Tablet)
 Predefined Templates
 Twitter App
 Weather App
 From backup
 Existing Mobile App
 Optionally user can associate
to OE Web Server
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Mobile
AppBuilder
Running Mobile
Application
from PDSOE
Mobile Project Folder Hierarchy
Mobile App
Creation in
PDSOE
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
Mobile
AppBuilder in
PDSOE
Running Mobile
Application
from PDSOE
 Mobile Apps
 Contains the mobile apps that are creates in the Mobile project
 AppServer
 Contains the files (business logic) to be
publish to the server
 RESTContent
 Contains the files that will be used for
generating a Mobile service (WAR) file
 WebContent
 Contains the Progress JavaScript Data Object (JSDO) files: progress.js,
progress.session.js, and the .json files
 Defined Services
 Contains a list of defined/created Mobile and REST services.
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Business Entity
Mobile App
Creation in
PDSOE
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
Mobile
AppBuilder in
PDSOE
Running Mobile
Application
from PDSOE
 Resembles same as that of
ABL Class wizard
 Contains ABL Business Logic
 Default CRUD operations/methods
are generated with stubs
 Schema file selection is allowed
such that CRUD operations are
generated on top of selected schema
 Decorated with Mobile
annotations such that they
can be exposed as mobile services
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Method types
Mobile Service
Mobile App
Creation in
PDSOE
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
 Mobile Service is a combination
of REST and some specifics
of Mobile
 Mobile service can be created for
a Business Entity
 A mobile service results in REST
(resourceModel.xml, mapping.xml)
and Mobile artifacts (.json)
in PDSOE
 <service name>.json file is one
of the outputs of mobile service
 JSON file contains complete
information (schema, operations)
of the mobile resources
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Mobile
AppBuilder in
PDSOE
Running Mobile
Application
from PDSOE
Mobile App Builder Options in PDSOE
Mobile App
Creation in
PDSOE
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
Mobile
AppBuilder
Options
Running Mobile
Application
 PDSOE allows user to perform following options on a mobile
application
 Open
 Run
 Backup Local
 Copy Source Local
 Export Local
 Delete
 Rename
 Android (.apk) and iOS (.ipa) files are generated based on the
Project Properties settings
 Deleting an application in PDSOE removes from Cloud as well.
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Publishing Mobile App and Mobile Service
Mobile App
Creation in
PDSOE
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
Mobile
AppBuilder in
PDSOE
Running Mobile
Application
from PDSOE
 Complete Mobile Project constitutes both Mobile Application and
Mobile Service
 Same OE Web Server is used for publishing both Mobile Application and
Mobile Service
 Two different .WAR files are published to OE Web Server
 Publishing a mobile application does:
 Get sources from Mobile App Builder
 Package it as WAR file
 Publish to Tomcat directory.
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Run Options for Mobile Application
Mobile App
Creation in
PDSOE
Business Entity
and Mobile
Service
Mobile
AppBuilder in
PDSOE
Running Mobile
Application
from PDSOE
 Run Local
 Sources will be copied to local file system if not done already
 Run on Server

Application should be
published properly to
OE Web Server
 Either of options opens
specific application in
the emulator
 Machine name is populated
by default in the Run
Configuration dialog for
‘Run on Server’
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DISCLAIMER
• Further part of presentation includes information
about future products and/or product enhancements.
• What we are going to say reflects our current
thinking, but the information contained herein is
preliminary and subject to change. Any future
products we ultimately deliver may be materially
different from what is described here.
DISCLAIMER
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Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge 11.3
Express Mobile
Application
OE-Corticon
Integration
• Create Business Rules to any OpenEdge application with
no-coding efforts and with minimal Corticon knowledge
PDSOE support
for Win 64 Bits
• ABL Developers can use Win 64 platform for their
application development starting from 11.3
Infragistics and
JRE Upgrade
• .NET Ultra controls upgradation to latest version of
Infragistics
Seamless
Integration to
OEBPM
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• Complete Mobile Application in single click
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• Unified installer for both PDSOE and OEBPM
Express Mobile Project
Express Mobile
Application
OE-Corticon
Integration
Support for
Win64 Bits
 New option introduced in the
Mobile Project Creation wizard
 Complete Mobile application
is achieved with single click
 Predefined template is added
for the Mobile Project
 Set of prerequisites that are to be
satisfied prior proceeding
One Click Project completion
 Finishing Project opens mobile
screen in the Emulator
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JRE and
Infragistics
Upgrade
Other
Enhancements
OpenEdge / Corticon Integration
Express Mobile
Application
OE-Corticon
Integration
Support for
Win64 Bits
JRE and
Infragistics
Upgrade
Other
Enhancements
Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge
 Export ProDataset/Temp-Table schema from PDSOE
 ABL is master (i.e. no round-tripping, sync)
 Proprietary interchange format (.brvd)
 “Corticon Runtime for Development” provides testing capabilities for
ABL developers
Corticon Studio
 Import PDS/TT schema
 Create entities, attributes, associations
 Mark imported schema as read-only
 Re-import without redefining rules or custom additions
 ABL API
 For invoking the decision services through ABL
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Win64 support for PDSOE
Express Mobile
Application
OE-Corticon
Integration
Support for
Win64 Bits
JRE and
Infragistics
Upgrade
Other
Enhancements
 ABL Client in Win64 (prowin.exe)
 Support for all features of PDSOE
 PDSOE supports and ships for JRE/JDK 1.7
 PDSOE 11.3 ships with latest version of Infragistics (13.1) inclusive of
.NET 4.0 support
 New Controls:
 Ultra ganttview print document
 Ultra touch provider
 Ultra Control’s help in generic browser.
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Install Changes
Express Mobile
Application
OE-Corticon
Integration
Support for
Win64 Bits
JRE and
Infragistics
Upgrade
Other
Enhancements
 Unified installer for PDSOE and OEBPM
 Removal of multiple instances/installations of PDSOE support
 Removal of .NET 2.0
 Disk Layout changes of the PDSOE installation.
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