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13 Nov 2000 "Navidad" virus posts moderate risk
E-mail attachment mimics holiday greeting card.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
1 Nov 2000 "Open" just another buzzword?
Are companies joining the open source movement just because it gets them noticed in the market?
J.D. Hildebrand Article
27 Dec 2000 "Open" licensing at Microsoft
It's not "open source," but "open checkbook."
J.D. Hildebrand Article
28 Jan 2000 "Operation not applicable" when opening ClientDataSet.
The error occurs when opening a ClentDataSet with nested datasets.
15 Oct 1999 "Operator 'operator' not implemented in type 'type' for arguments of the same type" error and STL maps.
Ridding yourself of errors when using an STL map with a class that overloads the < or > operator.
mykle hoban FAQ
31 Jul 2000 "Printer Friendly" versions of articles now available
Click on the printer icon above the article body to get a version of the article which will scale to fit your printer.
Tom Lam Article
25 Sep 2001 "servers" components documentation
where do get documentation for components on the "servers" tab of the C++ Builder Component Palette
Luke Dickman FAQ
30 Jun 2003 "Table or view does not exist" error when updating to Oracle
This FAQ describes a common error when making updates via dbExpress to Oracle
Lucas Bantner FAQ
24 Feb 2005 "Unexpect output buffer value" error when fetching user list using IBConsole
A security database with many user will generate this error
Quinn Wildman FAQ
24 Jul 2000 ** QLI error: expected left parenthesis, encountered "file" **
QLI doesn't support the EXTERNAL FILE option of the CREATE TABLE statement.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 ***ERROR*** /usr/interbase existing on the system. Aborting Install
Previous install of older version found in install directory. This error message occurs during installation when the directory /usr/interbase is detected and it is determined that the /usr/interbase does not belong to InterBase 5.5.
Borland Staff FAQ
28 Jun 2002 .bcp file support in Borland C++Builder
Are .bcp files supported in C++Builder?
Luke Dickman FAQ
21 Jan 2003 .NET Remoting - by Alain "Lino" Tadros
This article will explain and demonstrate the .NET Remoting framework and build Remotable Objects, Hosting servers and Clients to exercise the different activation models.
Lino Tadros Contributed Article
1 Jun 2004 .NET tip: Getting the Users Home, Temp or My Documents Directory by Charlie Calvert
It was not immediately obvious to me how to retrieve commonly used directories when using .NET. The examples in this article outline how these simple tasks are performed.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
28 Jan 2011 .NET Tools and Tricks for Delphi Prism
A look at the expanded .NET tools universe and their use with Delphi Prism. This session also covers some of the more advanced options available with the .NET framework and Delphi Prism.
Calvin Tang Video
12 Apr 2004 .NET USERGROUP in the Bay Area!
Join us every 3rd Wednesday of every month to learn about .NET technologies in Santa Clara, CA starting April 21st. Register today for FREE!
Lino Tadros Contributed Article
25 Feb 2000 // I Have a Comment
Robert Kozak, from Delphi R&D, talks about proper coding techniques.
Charles Calvert Article
24 Jul 2000 [interclient] Bug detected. Refer to bug code 10019.
InterClient issues this bug code when it detects that the transaction state<br>f InterServer disagrees with the transaction state of InterClient.
Borland Staff FAQ
1 Jul 2013 ¡RAD Studio en Acción en VIVO! en Lima
Presentado RAD Studio XE4
Tim DelChiaro Article
10 Jul 2000 <i>.chronicle</i> Monday edition
The daily newspaper of the 11th Annual Borland Conference.
J.D. Hildebrand Article

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