PowerSharp is an interface that allows you to call functions in standard PowerBuilder objects from C#.
Why do I need PowerSharp?
If you have business logic in a PowerBuilder application that you need to incorporate into a C# based web application, you could rewrite the logic in C# or just call the existing PowerBuilder code using PowerSharp. A C# rewrite could take several weeks while with PowerSharp it could be done in a day.
How does PowerSharp work?
PowerSharp consists of two parts, first is an unmanaged DLL written in C++ that uses PBNI to interact with your PowerBuilder object. The other part is a C# class file that is a wrapper for the DLL. PowerBuilder 10 and higher is supported, including 64bit with PowerBuilder 12.6 and higher.
How do I get started?
Download the demo from the Download page. The demo limitation is that only a single library file is allowed. When you purchase a license, you will receive a password that is passed to the SetLicensePassword method.