Functions sin(), cos() and acos() on AppServer

Posted by joelscampos on 12-Nov-2014 06:55

Hi everyone,

I am trying to run this code on AppServer:

MESSAGE
    System.math:acos((-23.49979 * System.math:pi / 180.0))
    VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX.


On the log server I see the following:

[14/11/12@10:28:48.050-0200] P-007752 T-010180 1 AS -- ** Unknown table name System. (200)
[14/11/12@10:28:48.051-0200] P-007752 T-010180 1 AS -- ** f:\Programas\datasul\webservice\unimeds\core\planos\distancia.p Nao entendi a linha 2. (196)

I can run and compile the same code, on the same computer, without problem. But the AppServer don't recognise the "System.math".

Thanks for any help.

Posted by Frank Meulblok on 12-Nov-2014 08:20

Other option is to go through DLL interface:

Windows example: knowledgebase.progress.com/.../18120

And for Unix: knowledgebase.progress.com/.../20076

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Posted by Mike Fechner on 12-Nov-2014 06:58
What is your OpenEdge version?
 
You need at least OpenEdge 11.0 for the AppServer to support .NET (on Windows).
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Hi everyone,

I am trying to run this code on AppServer:

MESSAGE
    System.math:acos((-23.49979 * System.math:pi / 180.0))
    VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX.

 

On the log server I see the following:

[14/11/12@10:28:48.050-0200] P-007752 T-010180 1 AS -- ** Unknown table name System. (200)
[14/11/12@10:28:48.051-0200] P-007752 T-010180 1 AS -- ** f:\Programas\datasul\webservice\unimeds\core\planos\distancia.p Nao entendi a linha 2. (196)

I can run and compile the same code, on the same computer, without problem. But the AppServer don't recognise the "System.math".

Thanks for any help.

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Posted by joelscampos on 12-Nov-2014 07:55

It's 10.2B.

We have another way to use the sine and cosine functions?

The Java have this assembly "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\lib\rt.jar", where have the "java.lang.Math.sin()" and  "java.lang.Math.cos()", but I don't now how to make a code to use this assembly and this method in Progress.

Posted by Frank Meulblok on 12-Nov-2014 08:20

Other option is to go through DLL interface:

Windows example: knowledgebase.progress.com/.../18120

And for Unix: knowledgebase.progress.com/.../20076

Posted by joelscampos on 12-Nov-2014 09:23

Thank you so much for your help!

It works perfectly.

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