Moving Classic AppServer Applications to the Progress® Application Server for OpenEdge®

Jelbin

New Member
Hi,

I am doing the conversion from progress classic appserver to PASOE. During this process I am using the below command to generate the OE Merge file.


paspropconv

--ubrokerPropsFile /usr1/demo/classic/ubroker.properties

--ubrokerName UBroker.AS.app_customername_prod

--pasoeAppName myProdInstance


Since my Openedge version is 11.7.1 , I am getting the error as "paspropconv is not recognized as internal or external command." During my analysis I understand that paspropconv will work only from the version 11.7.3 onward. Can anyone please let me know how can I generate the OE merge file in Openedge 11.7.1.
If any command exist, please let me know the syntax as well.

Regards,
jelbin.
 

TomBascom

Curmudgeon
Step 1: upgrade to a supported release. Like 11.7.5 (or is 11.7.6 out?)
 

Rob Fitzpatrick

ProgressTalk.com Sponsor
...or is 11.7.6 out?
It's not on ESD. Latest I've heard, from recent KB articles, is "Q2 2020".

And from the same article: 12.3 in Q4 2020.
 

Rob Fitzpatrick

ProgressTalk.com Sponsor
11.7.1, while technically supported, is retired, so that does change the extent of the support.

Note: the OpenEdge Life Cycle changed in April 2020. Details here: Progress Customer Community

Also, my experience is that when using PASOE, you want to be on as recent a release as possible. It's a relatively new and rapidly-evolving product.
 

Jelbin

New Member
11.7.1, while technically supported, is retired, so that does change the extent of the support.

Note: the OpenEdge Life Cycle changed in April 2020. Details here: Progress Customer Community

Also, my experience is that when using PASOE, you want to be on as recent a release as possible. It's a relatively new and rapidly-evolving product.
Thanks Rob. Let me check after changing my version.
 

Cringer

ProgressTalk.com Moderator
Staff member
Step 1: upgrade to a supported release. Like 11.7.5 (or is 11.7.6 out?)
11.7.6 is in final testing with certain partners I believe.
 
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