By: Borland Staff
Abstract: You can access InterBase API calls by calling a DLL that makes the API calls or calls to the FreeIBComponents Library on your behalf.
I have two questions:
Is it possible to access the InterBase API functions from Paradox for Windows code ?
Can a product like FreeIBComponents be used from Paradox for Windows ?
You can access InterBase API calls by calling a DLL that makes the API calls or calls
to the FreeIBComponents Library on your behalf. Those calls would be in separate
transactions from the ones that the rest of Paradox for Windows was in through the
BDE (which would be the ONLY method of accessing InterBase from "native" Paradox).
You will need to create a uses clause in your ObjectPAL code to tell Paradox how to
reference the DLL. See the Paradox for Windows documentation for more information
on how to set up the uses clause.
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