Sybase EAServer: Taking Control -Object Pooling

Memory/Object Pooling Memory allocation is an expensive task in any system. Whether it’s a C program doing malloc or a Java program creating objects on the fly, the system has to constantly go to memory handler and request for more memory. Releasing used memory was also a problem, it took resources, and not releasing properly […]

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EA Server

I’ve been posting about Powerbuilder a lot lately. The PB application, I work with currently is actually an n-tier application written in PB, Java and JSP. The application is built around a middle tier from Sybase called Enterprise Application (EA) Server. It’s also called Jaguar (which is actually a part of the EA Server). A […]

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Born Again Powerbuilder

I am a born again Powerbuilder (developer)! That’s right I program in Sybase’s Powerbuilder, again! Like many I also left it sometime in 1999 when it looked like fading. But, Powerbuilder has proved it’s worth and reserved it’s place and pace in the ever growing world of Java, C++ and .Net. It has not only […]

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