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June 5 – 8 2005 Orlando INNOV-11: Extending OpenEdge and.NET™ to the Factory Floor Bob Brennan Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Inc.

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1 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11: Extending OpenEdge and.NET™ to the Factory Floor Bob Brennan Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Inc.

2 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 2 Agenda Quick Definitions, Set Levels Things We Care About Progress Parts Some Code Discussion

3 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 3 Our Foundation Factory and Warehouse Environment Mobile Users / PLCs / Headless Users Non Traditional Computer Users Getting closer to the source of data Timely and Accurate Collection

4 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 4 Wireless Networking Extend the copper network out to the factory, yard, warehouse (pool, lobby, car, airplane…) Provides infrastructure for more real time processing Standards Compliance

5 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 5 Define.NET Microsoft’s Platform for Web Services

6 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 6 Define Compact Framework “Lite” Version for Portable Devices Subset of full.NET classes Common Language Runtime (CLR) Built from scratch for mobile devices Constrained Memory Constrained CPU Battery Conservation

7 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 7 Compact Framework Allows ‘Rich’ UI on a portable device Think Progress Web Client Mode Casually Connected Data Model XML Based First Class Web Services Consumer XML Based

8 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 8 Differences ASP.NET is not there. Needs IIS No COM Interop No Native Printing Services No Large Footprint or Compute Intense Remoting XML Path Language (XPath) XSLT

9 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 9 Agenda Quick Definitions, Set Levels Things We Care About Progress Parts Some Code Discussion

10 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 10 Things We Care About XML Web Services (Consume and Host) ADO.Net Data Sets Casually Connected Model Persistence of Data Visual Studio Development Tools

11 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 11 Web Services

12 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 12 ADO.NET DataSet Database in Memory No permanent connection to real DB Object is XML Based DataAdapter The link back to the real DB Connect as needed/when available

13 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 13 Casual Connections/Persistence The developer decides when the DataAdapter is connected to the DataSet. Temporary Connection Localized copy of Data (XML, Pocket Access, SQL Server CE, Memory)

14 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 14 Development & Deployment Visual Studio 2003 as Development tool Smart Devices VS/2003 with Complete install Active Synch No Internet Deployment Can’t point user to a URL and let system determine if the latest code is executing. WebClient™ Versioning

15 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 15 Sample Devices – Lots of Choice

16 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 16 Smart Devices All are based on either Pocket/PC or CE/.NET Pocket PC 2000 * Pocket PC 2002* Pocket PC 2002 Phone Edition Pocket PC.NET Windows CE.NET 4.1 and above * Only CE 3.0 Derivatives to be ported

17 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 17 Business Component / CIO POV Application Building Blocks Software component Each component addresses a well-defined set of business requirements Reusable Self contained (i.e. loosely coupled) Encapsulates “best practices”

18 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 18 Service Oriented Architecture Components assembled to form a complete application Combine with other developer components Combine with third party components Pick and choose components that fit the requirements at hand

19 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 19 Web Services / Architects POV Service Oriented Architecture Loosely coupled chunks of logic that do something Do one well-defined thing Common/Standard Interfaces both In and Out

20 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 20 Remote Procedure Call / My POV Run some logic “Over There” Get result back in a standard way I don’t care how that thing is deployed I just want it to work Return my stuff in a way that is consistent and useable. Soap Wrapped XML is a way i.e. Web Services.

21 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 21 Recent Past Client Server via Telnet Needs Constant Connection Browser Based Limited UI Java™ Runtime Availability/ Processor Speed

22 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 22 Agenda Quick Definitions, Set Levels Things We Care About Progress Parts Some Code Discussion

23 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 23 ProDataSet Think of a ProDataSet as in-memory data that holds a set of related records and is aware of the interrelationships. XML-ish, Content and Structure Disconnected temp table db

24 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 24 ProDataSet You can pass a ProDataSet as a single object from one session to another. The DataSource Object is separate from the data structure definition Diff Gram Updates back at Server Maps to the Microsoft ADO.Net DataSet

25 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 25 OpenEdge™ Development: ProDataSets by John Sadd

26 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 26 Adds a logical layer between the physical DB and the Developer Try to have ‘Normalized’ ProDataSets Even if the underlying physical DB is not normal Helpful even for just 4GL coding of legacy systems More ProDataSet Info

27 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 27 Step 1 – Define Temp Tables /* dsOrderTables.i -- include file for TT def’s */ DEFINE TEMP-TABLE ttOrder LIKE Order INDEX OrderNum IS UNIQUE PRIMARY OrderNum. DEFINE TEMP-TABLE ttOLine LIKE OrderLine BEFORE-TABLE ttOlineBefore INDEX orderline IS UNIQUE PRIMARY Ordernum Linenum.

28 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 28 Step 2 - Define the DataSet /* dsOrderDef.i – DATASET dsOrder. */ DEFINE DATASET dsOrder FOR ttOrder, ttOLine DATA-RELATION OrderLine FOR ttOrder, ttOLine RELATION-FIELDS (OrderNum, OrderNum).

29 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 29 Step 3 – Define Query & DataSource DEFINE QUERY qOrder FOR Order. DEFINE DATA-SOURCE srcOrder FOR QUERY qOrder Order KEYS (OrderNum). DEFINE DATA-SOURCE srcOline FOR OrderLine. /* Parent on query, child on the temp table *./

30 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 30 Step 4 – Prepare and Attach /* Prepare the query */ QUERY qOrder:QUERY-PREPARE("FOR EACH Order NO-LOCK WHERE …”).“ /* Attach datasource before fill */ BUFFER ttOrder:ATTACH-DATA-SOURCE (DATA-SOURCE srcOrder:HANDLE). BUFFER ttOLine:ATTACH-DATA-SOURCE (DATA-SOURCE srcOline:HANDLE).

31 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 31 Step 5 – Fill and Detach /* Loads data from source into the PDS */ hDSOrder:FILL(). /*Detach datasources after fill */ DO iBuff = 1 TO DATASET dsOrder:NUM-BUFFERS: DATASET dsOrder:GET-BUFFER- HANDLE(iBuff):DETACH-DATA-SOURCE(). END.

32 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 32 Web Services WSDL – Web Services Descriptive Lang. SOAP – Simple Object Access Protocol XML – eXtensible Markup Language

33 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 33 Progress Bits 4GL Code AppServer OpenEdge Web service tools Open Client Toolkit- Development Web Services Adapter (WSA) - Deploy Progress Explorer framework

34 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 34 OpenEdge Development: Web Services

35 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 35 Agenda Quick Definitions, Set Levels Things We Care About Progress Parts Some Code Discussion

36 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 36 Demo

37 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 37 Agenda Quick Definitions, Set Levels Things We Care About Progress Parts Some Code Discussion

38 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 38 Things to consider Screen Size Use-ability and End User Skills Processor/Memory Limitations Not Desktop Replacements

39 June 5 – Orlando INNOV-11 – Extending to the Factory Floor 39 Questions/Comments/Discussion Thank You for Attending Bob Brennan Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Inc. (603)


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