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Introduction to Progress Application Server for OpenEdge for Developers

This course is for ABL developers that will test their server-side code using Progress Application Server for OpenEdge.

Product Version: Progress OpenEdge 11.7     Duration: Equivalent to 2 hours of instructor-led training

Course Description

PAS for OpenEdge is the recommended application server for an OpenEdge application. OpenEdge has historically supported runtime debugging in classic AppServer which is what most developers use for testing during development. As the application moves closer to deployment, developers perform their final testing using PAS for OpenEdge.

In this course, the student learns how to work with a PAS for OpenEdge instance in a development environment. The student sets up their Developer Studio for OpenEdge workspace to work with PAS for OpenEdge. Then the student learns how to create an instance of PAS for OpenEdge and use it for the server side of an application.

This course is available as Instructor-Led Training and online with a subscription to the Progress Education Community.

What you will learn

After completing this course you should be able to:

  • Prepare your Developer Studio workspace to work with PAS for OpenEdge.
  • Start and stop a PAS for OpenEdge instance.
  • Start and stop a PAS for OpenEdge instance.
  • Create a PAS for OpenEdge instance.
  • Modify the launch configuration for a PAS for OpenEdge instance to run the business logic of an application.
  • Test that an application can access the business logic running in a PAS for OpenEdge instance.
  • Delete a PAS for OpenEdge instance.

Prerequisites

You should already be able to:

  • Describe Progress OpenEdge server processes and the different types of OpenEdge clients.
  • Work with projects in Developer Studio for OpenEdge.
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