|News and updates for Synergy/DE Developers :: December 18, 2009|
|Security, Performance, Productivity…Announcing Synergy/DE 9.3
Learn more about the release
Be ready to start your new year with the latest that Synergy/DE has to offer. Synergy/DE 9.3 has been released and is available for you to download*. Even though this is a busy time of year, you will want to make time to update to it. Version 9.3 delivers a number of important new features that bring security, performance, and productivity. The following are a few highlights.
Securely store data to files and securely transfer network data
Simplify data selection logic and significantly improve remote file access
GRFA and optimistic concurrency
Improve I/O performance when using optimistic locking
Improved xfServerPlus development
Simplify development with automated Method Catalog updates, enumerations, and more
Develop more efficiently with collapsible regions, project enhancements, and more
Click here to view all the latest features.
Synergy/DE 9.3 delivers many other important new features in addition to those described above. For complete information about this new release, see our Synergy/DE 9.3 Web pages.
Get your new year off to a good start with Synergy/DE 9.3 and the important new capabilities it delivers. Add security, performance, and productivity to your Synergy/DE solution by upgrading today.
*You must have Synergy/DE Developer Support to download from the Synergy/DE Resource Center. If you do not have Developer Support, contact your Synergy/DE account manager fo rmore information.
Announcing Dates and Location for SPC 2010
It’s big, and it’s coming back to California, October 4-8
So what makes the 2010 Synergy/DE developers’ conference so significant?
In short, SPC 2010 will highlight the much anticipated Synergy/DE interoperability with Microsoft .NET and integration with Visual Studio, as well as other important new Synergy/DE capabilities, such as encryption, the Select class, and snapshots—all features that have been directly requested by customers like yourself.
Don't miss out. As you plan your calendar and budget for next year, be sure to include the SPC. The conference will take place October 4-8 in Sacramento.
Click here to add the conference to your calendar.
Stay tuned to Synergy-e-News for details.
Productive Projects in Workbench 9.3
By Marty Lewis, Software Engineer
Last month’s Workbench article (Workin’ It with Workbench 9.3) was really just a teaser of what’s in store for this new version of your Synergy Language IDE. Workbench has no shortage of enhancements and fixes. We’ve included a new version of SlickEdit, 64-bit toolset support, improved tagging performance of your object-oriented code, improved support for the .NET Component project, and a full set of project types and build options to allow for a more streamlined development process.
Synergy/DE Tech Tip
Debugging controls without a full Visual Studio development environment
Now that you’re using some state-of-the-art controls in your Synergy application on Windows, how do you debug them when you don’t have a Visual Studio development environment set up? One relatively simple way is to use DebugView from Windows Sysinternals (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896647.aspx):
1. Install DebugView.
2. Do the following:
--To enable debugging within the Synergy .NET assembly API, set the environment variable SYNNET_DEBUG=1.
--To enable debugging within the Synergy ActiveX API, set the environment variable AXDEBUG=EXTERNAL.
3. Start DebugView, and run your Synergy application.
Synergy/DE pros, see if you can answer this question!
What is the output of the following program?
public class mortal
xcall modname(1, name, line)
writes(1, %atrim(name) + ":" + %string(line))
human = new mortal()
d. You can’t rely on this code’s output.
Click here for the answer and explanation.
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Synergex Holiday Reminder
We will be closed from 12 PM PST December 24 through December 25 for the Christmas holiday, as well as from 12 PM December 31 through January 1 for the New Year’s holiday. If you anticipate needing our assistance on any of these days, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Modified Developer Support Hours
Synergy/DE Developer Support will be available between the hours of 7 AM and 4 PM PST, from December 22 – January 2 (with the exception of Holiday closures mentioned above). If you anticipate needing our assistance outside of these hours, please contact us at email@example.com to make arrangements.