Using the C# to DBL Code and Solution Converters in Visual Studio | Quick Tips
Have you ever had some code, or even a whole solution, written in C# that you wanted to convert to Synergy DBL? Check out this video to learn how to use the C# to DBL code and solution converters in Visual Studio to do just that.
Learn more about Synergy DBL Integration for Visual Studio (SDI) features here: http://docs.synergyde.com/index.htm#vs/gsChap10Features.htm
You can find the calculator code here: https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Simple-Calculator-d1d8cf4c
10 Things You Should Be Doing With Synergy | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2018: In this session, Phillip Bratt will cover 10 Synergy tricks and technologies to help you improve performance and keep your customers’ data secure.
DBL Profiler: https://www.synergex.com/docs/#tools/toolsChap4Synergydblprofiler.htm
Create project templates in Visual Studio: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/extensibility/how-to-use-wizards-with-project-templates?view=vs-2017
VSID project: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/extensibility/getting-started-with-the-vsix-project-template?view=vs-2017
Build from one Development Environment: https://www.synergex.com/docs/index.htm#tools/toolsChap1Compilingatraditionalsynergyroutine.htm#Compiler%20options
Synergex Learning: synergex.com/learning
Answers and Ideas: synergex.com/welcomeRC
Replicating Synergy Data to Microsoft SQL Server | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: The ability to replicate Synergy application data to Microsoft SQL Server (or another relational database) isn’t new, and neither is the approach that is typically taken. But we’ve been enhancing this process, and now implementing data replication is much easier than it used to be. Steve Ives shows you the technologies used, the approach to take, and how to get started.
1:59 Use Cases
25:30 Replicating Synergy Data to SQL Server
Is Syndoc in your toolbox? | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Sharon Dolan quickly explains what Syndoc is, who can benefit from using it, and how to get access to it. Hint: you probably want this tool!
Introduction to your Synergy/DE IDE | Workbench
This video gives a basic introduction to the Synergy/DE Workbench tool. You'll learn what Workbench is and what development platforms are supported in it. You'll even hear a bit about how many other Synergy/DE tools are just a mouse-click away when you use Workbench.
Navigating your IDE | Workbench
We'll cover some tips and ideas on getting around the Synergy/DE Workbench tool. You'll learn about workspaces, how to access other Synergy tools, and how to run, compile, or link your application by clicking a button.
Configuring Basic Options | Workbench
Learn how to configure some of the available basic options of the Synergy/DE Workbench tool. We'll cover general editor settings, file extension options specific to DBL formatting, and even color coding options.
Configuring The Toolbar | Workbench
Learn how to setup the Synergy/DE Workbench Toolbar to fit your needs. You'll find suggestions for streamlining compile time tasks and cleaning up some default settings by moving your windows around.
Getting Started with the PSG PDF API | Synergy/DE
Synergex DevPartner Conference 2016: HaruPDF is an open source, cross-platform library that can be used to create PDF documents. Wrapper classes that enable the use of HaruPDF from DBL have been available in CodeExchange for some time; PSG recently added a high-level, documented API that makes creating, viewing, and printing PDF documents easier than ever. This session, led by Steve Ives, introduces you to these tools and demonstrates how they can be used in your applications.
Licensing Toolkit | Synergy/DE
Introduced in 9.1.5b, Licensing Toolkit was made available to allow Synergy developers to include strong license enforcement in their applications. Check out this video to learn how to use and implement this tool in your application.
Method Definition Utility | Synergy/DE
A brief overview of new items in Synergy/DE's MDU utility for version 9.
Selective Code Generation with GENNET | Synergy/DE
An overview of GENNET utility and Selective Code Generation
Introduction to CodeGen
A brief introduction to the CodeGen code generator. For more information about CodeGen please refer to http://codegen.codeplex.com.
Using AUTHOR and COMPANY Tokens
This video demonstrates how you can use the AUTHOR and COMPANY generic tokens in your CodeGen template files.
Controlling Output File Names
This video demonstrates how you can use the CODEGEN_FILENAME token to control the name of output files from within your CodeGen template files.