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ANN: PostgresDAC 2.1.0 is released

Posted on June 9, 2005

Microolap Technologies Ltd is proud to announce availability of PostgresDAC 2.1.0, powerful component suite for Delphi/C++Builder and PostgreSQL 7.x, 8.x/Pervasive Postgres. It allows you to create Delphi/C++Builder applications with direct access to PostgreSQL/Pervasive Postgres DB without BDE and ODBC.

Top reasons to use PostgresDAC 2.0:

  • PostgresDAC is a royalty-free product;

  • 100% native Delphi code;

  • support of Delphi 2005 (Win32 edition), 5-7, C++Builder 5-6 and PostgreSQL 7.x, 8.x;

  • only 300-400 Kb are added to your .exe file;

  • full compatibility with all the existing data-aware controls and report designers;

  • full support of the BLOB fields;

  • TDBImageEx component for JPEG images support included in the package for free (with sources);

  • detailed help system and a lot of various demo applications;

  • and much more.

What's new in version 2.1.0:

[+] Ability to work with bytea fields like with blobs

[+] TPSQLUser component

[+] TPSQLDatabase.GetUserList method

[+] TPSQLDatabase.GetSchemaList method

[+] TPSQLDatabase.GetTablespace method

[+] TPSQLQuery properties:

* property ByteaAsEscString: boolean

* property OIDAsInt: boolean

[+] TPSQLTable properties:

* property Owner: string

* property HasOIDs: boolean

* property Tablespace: string

* property TableID: integer

* property Comment: string

* property Offset: integeer

* property ByteaAsEscString: boolean

* property OIDAsInt: boolean

[+] TPSQLDatabase:

* property Owner: string

* property IsTemplate: boolean

* property Tablespace: string

* property DatabaseID: integer

* property Comment: string

* property TransactionStatus: TTransactionStatusType

For more information about PostgresDAC visit http://www.microolap.com/products/connectivity/postgresdac/

Direct link to download trial version: http://www.microolap.com/downloads/postgresdac/pg.zip

Thank you for your time!

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