Embarcadero® RAD Studio Enterprise XE is the most popular release in years, in large part due to DataSnap XE. The DataSnap® framework enables you to build multi-tier applications with the server built in Delphi and C++Builder, and connect with them via a wide variety of clients and protocols.
In this webinar, we'll see how to create a small but real-world DataSnap Server and client application, including security and deployment details. Security details that are demonstrated include authentication (login, who can access the server) and role-based authorization (who can execute which server methods), including authorization rules for exported TDataSetProviders.
The DataSnap Server is shown to expose both simple server methods, server methods that expose read-only data (using a TSqlServerMethod component at the client side) as well as exported TDataSetProvider with master-detail nested datasets. To make things even more interesting, the datasets are using autoincrement primary keys.
Topics that are covered include:
- Creating a DataSnap server in Delphi, examining possible server targets and deployment strategies
- Adding security using Authorization (login) and role-based Authentication (for server methods and TDataSetProviders)
- Exporting and updating nested-datasets using autoincrement primary keys
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About the presenter:
Bob Swart (aka Dr.Bob) is an IT consultant, developer, reseller, author, trainer and webmaster for his company Bob Swart Training & Consultancy (eBob42) based in Helmond, The Netherlands. Bob has spoken at Delphi Conferences since 1993. Bob is co-author of several books and contributing author for numerous computer magazines. His courseware manuals are sold world-wide from Lulu.com or via his own website (including e-mail support and free updates). Bob leads the Delphi section of the Dutch Software Development Network, and is webmaster and member of the UK Developers Group.
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