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14 Jan 2005 BDNradio: Database features of Delphi 2005 with Ramesh Theivendran and Joerg Weingarten
Read the chat log and listen to the replay of the live interview with Ramesh and Joerg on Delphi 2005 database features
John Kaster Video
13 Jan 2005 BDNradio: .NET data remoting in Delphi 2005 with Ramesh Theivendran
Read the chat log and listen to the live chat with Ramesh on the easy, flexible, and powerful way to develop .NET data remoting applications in Delphi 2005
John Kaster Video
3 Nov 2004 BDNtv: Deriving a model from an existing database with ECO II in Delphi 2005
Henrik Jondell demonstrates how easy it is to create model-powered applications for your existing databases with ECO II
John Kaster Video
12 May 2004 Resolving size mismatch exceptions with the Delphi 7.1 update
If you are getting size mismatch exceptions in Delphi 7 applications after applying the Delphi 7.1 patch, read this article.
John Kaster Article
9 Jan 2004 Working with Commands in ADO.NET
This article takes a look at classes that implement the IDbCommand interface, and how you use them to execute SQL statements against your connected database.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
17 Jun 2003 InterBase 7.1 DataType to ADO.NET C# Type mappings
InterBase SQL datatypes and C# Object Type mappings using the InterBase Borland Data Provider (BDP).
Aaron Ruddick TI
10 Mar 2003 Nesting DataSets in ClientDataSets
Like the name suggests, a nested dataset is a dataset within a dataset. By nesting one dataset inside another, you can reduce your overall storage needs, increase the efficiency of network communications, and simplify data operations.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
28 Feb 2003 Distributed Information Systems. From A to Z. - Part III. How to use multiple SOAPDataModules in your Web service
This a 3rd article shows how to build a stand-alone Web service using Indy and Delphi 7
Serge Dosyukov Contributed Article
31 Dec 2002 Cloning ClientDatSet Cursors
When you clone a ClientDataSet's cursor, you create not only an additional pointer to a shared memory store, but also an independent view of the data. This article shows you how to use this important capability.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
8 Nov 2002 ClientDataSet Aggregates and GroupState
This article describes how to use aggregates to calculate simple statistics, as well as how to use group state to improve your user interfaces.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
8 Nov 2002 Filtering ClientDataSets
When applied to a dataset, a filter limits the records that are accessible. This article explores the ins and outs of filtering ClientDataSets.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
9 Oct 2002 Searching a ClientDataSet
ClientDataSets provide a number of different mechanisms for searching for and location data in its columns. These techniques are covered in this continuation of the discussion of basic ClientDataSet manipulation.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
27 Sep 2002 Navigating and Editing a ClientDataSet
You navigate and edit a ClientDataSet in a manner similar to how you navigate and edit almost another other dataset. This article provides an introductory look at basic ClientDataSet navigation and editing.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
1 Sep 2002 Understanding ClientDataSet Indexes
A ClientDataSet does not obtain its indexes from the data it loads. Indexes, if you want them, must be explicitly defined. This article shows you how to do this at design-time or runtime.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
16 Aug 2002 Defining a ClientDataSet's Structure Using TFields
This article demonstrates how to define a ClientDataSet's structure at both design-time and runtime using TFields. How to create virtual and nested dataset fields is also demonstrated.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
1 Aug 2002 Defining a ClientDataSet's Structure Using FieldDefs
When creating a ClientDataSet's memory store on-the-fly, you must explicitly define the structure of your table. This article shows you how to do it at both runtime and design-time using FieldDefs.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
15 Jul 2002 A ClientDataSet in Every Database Application
This article is the first in an extended series designed to explore the ClientDataSet. The basic behavior of the ClientDataSet is described, and an argument is made for the extensive use of ClientDataSets in most all database applications.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
15 Jul 2002 The Professional Developer
Welcome to The Professional Developer. In this first article I want to start off by both introducing myself, as well as describing my goals for this online series.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
22 Dec 2001 Can Good Object-Oriented Design include Data-Aware Controls?
Many claim data-aware controls cannot co-exist with correctly designed object-oriented code. I intend to dispel that myth.
Wayne Niddery Contributed Article
28 Sep 2001 A database-enabled Web user list
Let's face it -- for most of us, user validation data needs to be stored in a database. Fortunately, writing a component to encapsulate this functionality is easy. By Jimmy Tharpe.
Jimmy Tharpe Contributed Article

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