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Author Ballard, Chuck.
Title Transitioning : Informix 4GL to enterprise generation language (EGL) / Chuck Ballard et al.
Imprint San Jose, CA : IBM, 2005.

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Author Ballard, Chuck.
Series Redbooks
IBM redbooks.
Subject Database management -- Computer programs.
INFORMIX-4GL (Computer program language)
Alt Name Da Silva, Vlaunir.
Farrell, Daniel M.
Koerner, Alexander.
Sayles, Jonathan.
Description 1 online resource (xxi, 895 pages) : illustrations.
Note Includes index.
"July 2005."
Print version record.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 883-886) and index.
Summary In this IBM Redbooks publication, we describe how Informix customers can upgrade their 4GL application development environment to the Rational Software Development platform, and, more specifically, transition to the Rational Enterprise Generation Language (EGL). EGL provides just the right balance of simplicity and flexibility, and enables application developers to focus on solving business problems rather than expending time and energy on technology. For example, Informix 4GL developers who are unfamiliar with Java can use EGL to quickly build data-driven Web applications and business logic. They can then write and debug their applications in EGL, and the Java code will be generated for them. So they can then build dynamic Web applications without having to learn the Java language. This provides significant advantages, enabling clients to minimize application development time and resource requirements. We give you an overview of EGL, its concepts and operations, and walk you through a step-by-step tutorial to develop an simple Web application. Included is an overview of the 4GL to EGL migration process and a sample application migration. You will be alerted to potential migration issues, and given the information to resolve them. We also include guidance for working with special database behavior and requirements, JasperReports, and a number of advanced EGL topics for developing robust and individualized applications.
ISBN 9780738491059
OCLC # 228138503
Additional Format Print version: Redbooks, IBM. Transitioning : Informix 4GL to Enterprise Generation Language (EGL). Durham : I B M, 2005 9780738491059

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