Upgrade Topics for Porting Older Applications to Alpha Anywhere
Changes were made to the Alpha Anywhere framework that affect some legacy applications. These articles list important changes made that change how applications are developed with Alpha Anywhere.
- Deprecated and Obsolete Features introduced in Alpha Anywhere 4.4.4
Several changes were made to the Request object in Alpha Anywhere 4.4.4, including the deprecation of multiple properties. Read this article to find out what change are needed in order to update your applications to Alpha Anywhere 4.4.4 or newer.
- Deprecated and Obsolete Features introduced in Alpha Anywhere 4.4.0
Session Folders are now obsolete in Alpha Anywhere 4.4.0. If you have not already moved away from using session folders, read this article to learn what to do to replace deprecated functionality used in your existing apps.
- Deprecated and Obsolete Features introduced in Alpha Anywhere 4.3
Google has deprecated some of their mapping functionality. In response, some mapping features have been removed from Alpha Anywhere and are no longer available.
- Server Programming Changes in Alpha Five Version 11
A list of server programming functions, including descriptions of functions and methods that have been removed or deprecated in Alpha Five Version 11.
- Replacing Response.Add_Cookie Function
Response.Add_Cookie() was marked as deprecated in the V10 release and has been removed in V11. Any code which attempts to use this method will generate an error and must be updated.
- Replacing Response.Add_Header()
This article applies to older applications being moved to Alpha Anywhere. This information does not apply to new applications built with Alpha Anywhere.