Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source

Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source
Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source | 180 Mb

Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source Universal Data Access Components (UniDAC) is a powerful library of nonvisual cross-database data access components for Delphi, Delphi for .NET, C++Builder, and Lazarus (Free Pascal). We have combined the experience of long-term successful development into one product, which provides unified access to the popular database servers like Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, InterBase, Firebird, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DB2, Microsoft Access, Sybase Advantage Database Server, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, and other databases (using ODBC provider).

 

UniDAC offers unified approach to the database-related applications development process. That means you can switch easily between different databases in your projects without going deep into their specifics.
Using UniDAC with its server-independent interface is the best way to create cross-database applications. UniDAC gives outstanding flexibility and independence to your projects.
Server-Aware Providers
UniDAC chooses the best way specific to the server to perform most operations. Every UniDAC data provider uses server-specific native connectivity. All operations with data are performed by providers automatically considering the selected database server peculiarities.

Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source

Cross-Platform Solution for Delphi, C++Builder, and Lazarus
UniDAC is a cross-platform solution for developing applications using various IDEs: RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder, Lazarus (and FPC) on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Linux, and FreeBSD for both x86 and x64 platforms. UniDAC also provides support for the FireMonkey platform, which allows you to develop visually spectacular high-performance desktop and mobile native applications.
Server-Independent SQL
When developing database applications that allow working with several databases, one of the key points is writing of server-independent SQL. In UniDAC, the server-independent SQL support is implemented by means of the powerful macros engine, that produces dynamic SQL by replacing parts of the query statements with user-defined code.

Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source

Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source
Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source
Devart UniDAC Professional 7.0.1 Full Source

7.0.1
RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo is supported
Linux in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo is supported
Lazarus 1.6.4 and Free Pascal 3.0.2 is supported
Bug with AV failure in TUniProvider in multi-threading application is fixed
Bug when working with the TBytes and TVarBytes fields in TVirtualTable is fixed
Bug with detecting parameters by name in ExecSQLEx is fixed
Bug with reading Memo as WideMemo is fixed
Bug with field name quoting in a filter expression is fixed
Bug with handling parameter values of BLOB type in batch operations is fixed
Bug with memory leak in TVirtualDataSet is fixed
Bug with processing LEFT JOIN on text fields in TVirtualQuery is fixed
Bug with updating records with text primary key in TVirtualQuery is fixed
Oracle data provider
Oracle Encryption in the Direct mode is supported
Oracle Data Integrity in the Direct mode is supported
Oracle Cloud (DBaaS) in the Direct mode is supported
Oracle 12c authentication in the Direct mode is supported
SECUREFILE in the Direct mode is supported
Prefetch LOBs for Oracle 11 and higher is supported
EDITIONABLE and NONEDITIONABLE clause is supported
The PrefetchLobSize option is added
Field size detecting for servers with multi-byte charset when UseUnicode=False is improved
Now NUMBER data type without fixed scale has precision=39 and scale=39 instead of 38
Bug with special symbols in password in the Direct mode is fixed
Bug with write BLOB to SECUREFILE for Oracle XE in the Direct mode is fixed
Bug with single quote inside double quotes in SQL is fixed
Bug with resizing DML parameters array is fixed
SQLServer data provider
Bug with setting IsolationLevel on connection establishing in the Direct mode is fixed
Bug with detection of field aliases for query with the JOIN statement is fixed
InterBase data provider
Possibility to manage batch operations using a transaction is added
Possibility to obtain active transaction number using DBMonitor is added
Bug with handling the “Database shutdown” error is fixed
Bug with handling parameters of the Currency type is fixed
Bug with AV when the number of values of a batch parameter is too large is fixed
Bug with using batch parameters of Bytes type is fixed
Bug with setting parameters of a custom transaction in Lazarus is fixed
Bug with reading BLOBs when the CacheBlobs property is set to False is fixed
PostgreSQL data provider
Bug with the RefreshRecord method is fixed
Bug with escaping BLOB data when protocol version 2 is used is fixed
Bug with executing a stored procedure via the Query component with FetchAll = False is fixed
Bug with executing a batch operation after changing SQL is fixed
Bug with international characters in error messages is fixed
SQLite data provider
Now the Direct mode is based on the SQLite engine version 3.17.0
Bug with VACUUM command in Direct Mode is fixed
Bug with query parameters binding is fixed
NexusDB data provider
Support for using ConnectionString is added
Support for using the TfmtBCD fields is added
Support for the SmartFetch mode is improved
Bug with using DATE, TIME, and TIMESTAMP literals is fixed
MongoDB data provider
New MongoDB provider is added
DBF data provider
Direct mode is supported

 

fixed, provider, UniDAC, Direct, supported, using, Oracle, Server, database, server, Delphi, added, parameters, Lazarus, applications, batch, Sybase, SQLite, Microsoft, Builder, Server, Sybase, Delphi, database, Microsoft, access, Access, UniDAC, MySQL, InterBase, Firebird, provider, popular, Oracle, PostgreSQL, servers, SQLite, Database, Adaptive, Enterprise

http://pasted.co/0c3bec61

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s