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Devart offers PostgreSQL Connectivity Solution for Delphi!

Posted on Jan. 13, 2009

Devart, the leading provider of solutions for connecting software with data,

has recently announced the release of PostgreSQL Data Access Components.

PgDAC is the only solution for Delphi that connects to the server directly and does not use the PostgreSQL client library.

As data is transferred from socket to storage without additional buffers, the PgDAC performance is kept on the highest level.

PostgreSQL Data Access Components offers wide coverage of the PostgreSQL feature set and extended support of PostgreSQL-specific data types, and emphasizes optimized data access strategies.

PgDAC Key Features:

  • Direct access to server data without using client library. Does not require PostgreSQL client software and works directly through TCP/IP

  • Full support of the latest versions of PostgreSQL Server

  • Support for all PostgreSQL Server data types

  • Disconnected Model with automatic connection control for working with data offline

  • Local Failover for detecting connection loss and implicitly reexecuting certain operations

  • All types of local sorting and filtering, including by calculated and lookup fields

  • Automatic data updating with TPgQuery, TPgTable, and TPgStoredProc components

  • Unicode and national charset support

  • Supports many PostgreSQL-specific features, such as notifications, notices, and sequences

  • Advanced script execution functionality with the TPgScript component

  • Support for using macros in SQL

  • Licensed royalty-free per developer, per team, or per site

Besides, PgDAC comes with full documentation, comprehensive help, a large amount of demo projects to help you get started quickly and easily, and offers support from its developers.

Try out PostgreSQL Data Access Components here: http://www.devart.com/pgdac/download.html

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