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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
28 Apr 2004 Introduction to Rave Reports - Part IV: More Data Aware Reports
This is a introduction to Rave Reports. Part IV shows how to create Master/Detail reports using Direct Data Views - by Leonel Togniolli
Leonel Togniolli Contributed Article
14 Apr 2004 Improved searching in a client dataset (part 1) - By Tjipke A. van der Plaats
This article explains a way to search faster in client datasets by creating a TClientDataSet descendant and re-implementing Locate or Lookup so that they use indexes.
Tjipke van der Plaats Contributed Article
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
1 Mar 2004 Building Distributed Database Applications in .NET Using BDP and DB2 UDB
This article introduces the basics of .NET remoting and shows how to remote data from one tier to another
John Kaster Article
24 Feb 2004 Looping through a .NET DataSet
How to keep track of where you are in your data
Anders Ohlsson Article
12 Feb 2004 Delphi public newsgroup changes
A quick reference guide for the recent changes in the Delphi newsgroups
John Kaster Article
27 Jan 2004 Borland Data Provider (BDP) for the Microsoft.NET Framework
High-performance enterprise database development for ADO.NET
John Kaster White Paper
15 Jan 2004 Introduction to Rave Reports - Part III: Data Aware Reports
This is a introduction to Rave Reports. Part III describes how to create Data Aware Reports using Driver Data Views - by Leonel Togniolli
Leonel Togniolli Contributed Article
14 Jan 2004 Introduction to Rave Reports - Part II: Visual Designer
This is a introduction to Rave Reports. Part II describes how to work with the Visual Designer - by Leonel Togniolli
Leonel Togniolli Contributed Article
12 Jan 2004 Introduction to Rave Reports - Part I: Code Based Reports
This is a introduction to Rave Reports. Part I describes how to work with Code Base reports. - by Leonel Togniolli
Leonel Togniolli Contributed 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
19 Dec 2003 Article: Accessing DB2 Universal Database Tables with Delphi for .NET
Bob Swart shows how Borland Delphi 8 for the Microsoft .NET Framework lets you build native .NET applications that connect to IBM DB2 UDB tables, display the data in a DataGrid, and edit, apply, or undo changes in the database tables.
Bob Swart Contributed Article
7 Nov 2003 Delphi 8 sneak peek
See a 5 minute flash movie on new features coming in Delphi 8 for the Microsoft .NET Framework
John Kaster Article
20 Oct 2003 Making the Connection: Accessing Your Database using ADO.NET
This series on ADO.NET continues with a look at connecting to your database. In particular, a number of IDbConnection-implementing classes are discussed, including that found in BDP.NET, the Borland Data Provider.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
25 Sep 2003 Are the dbExpress drivers sold separately?
Answers the question posed in the title
Stephen Blas FAQ
31 Aug 2003 What product must be purchased to get the latest BDE with a deployment license?
Explains how to obtain the latest version of the BDE
Angel Martinez FAQ
31 Aug 2003 ORA-12571 tns packet writer failure using Delphi and the BDE.
Explains what might cause this error and how to work around it.
Angel Martinez FAQ
26 Aug 2003 Update: DbExpress driver for IBM DBM V8 for Delphi 7 users
This patch for Delphi 7 is available to registered users
Anders Ohlsson Updates
18 Jul 2003 Data Storage in ADO.NET
This article is the second in a series to look at ADO.NET. In this installment we take a look at the ADO.NET data storage classes.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article

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