The new version of PostgresDAC 2.2.1 has been released.
PostgresDAC is the 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:
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 2.2.1:
[+] TPSQLMonitor now provides info about operation time
[-] TPSQLUpdateSQL errror on deleting fixed
[*] Queries are sent to server as is, with all comments etc.
[+] TPSQLUpdateSQL.OnRecordChangeComplete event added
[+] TPSQLDatabase.CommandTimeout property added
[*] TPSQLDatabase.Charset value now is stored in resources, and can be changed in Database inactive state. On connection to db it automatically sets charset on server.
[-] Wrong large objects OID handling improved.
[*] Native Postgres types handling improved (aclitem, arrays etc.)
[-] "TPSQLUpdateSQL can not perform operations on NULL values" fixed
[-] "TPSQLUpdateSQL can not perform actions on DEFAULT values" fixed
[-] "TPSQLUpdateSQL: modified row is not up to date" fixed
[*] "Memo (Postgres TEXT or varchar without length) fields unescaped" fixed.
For more information about PostgresDAC visit
Direct link to download trial version:
Also available as part of bundle with "Interactive SQL for PostgreSQL".
Discounts for Educational, Academic and Medical organizations are available (please contact email@example.com for additional information).
The registered users with the active subscription can download it from
personal area at Microolap's web site.
Thank you for your time!
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