ANSI Studio with ADBC
The open extensible GUI platform supporting the use of ADBC to build Java-based client applications for HPe3000, TurboImgae, HP-UX, Linux, Eloquence ....
The ADBC plug-in for ANSI Studio provides a simple-to-use GUI development environment for the design
of platform-neutral applications to connect with HP's TURBOIMAGE databases or ELOQUENCE databases
ANSI Studio Workbench
showing the structure of a demo ADBC project in the Navigator window (on the left).

Note the availability of ANSI-Web, the J2EE appliation server together with ADBC poolng.

Also note the VPLUS+ tab on the menu bar showing that the VPLUS+ plugin is supported.
ANSI Studio Workbench
showing in the edit window (on the right), the java class named DbRead which is responsible for instantiating a new Database Object to provide access to the IMGAE data base located at IP address

This particular Class then retrieves the dataset list.

Note also the ability to set Autolock mode.

Platform Windows
  • The navigator view (on the left) shows the files and projects in the user's workspace
  • the editor panel (top right) shows the content of a file currently being edited. Note the tabs for other open files.;
  • the tasks view (bottom) shows a list of to-do's (tasks yet to be completed) None shown here.;
  • other views - the platform has many other views that can be opened to the workbench.
Platform Components
  • The major components of the platform are: the Platform Runtime
  • the Workbench, which implements the graphical interface to Studio and its subcomponents
  • the Workspace that "holds" the development environment
  • the Help system
  • the Version and Configuration Management (VCM) system
Migrating VPLUS with ANSI Studio & VPLUS+
ANSI Studio Introduction

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