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VCL Data Access Components Offer NexusDB Support and Speed Up Working with PostgreSQL

From: Devart <submit(at)devart(dot)com>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: VCL Data Access Components Offer NexusDB Support and Speed Up Working with PostgreSQL
Date: 2011-02-04 13:53:47
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Devart continues to increase the number of supported development tools in new
versions of Data Access Components. Now the products support NexusDB, come
with enhanced Direct mode functionality, and provide high speed working with
PostgreSQL.

Devart has recently released the new versions of VCL Data Access Components
– Universal Data Access Components 3.60, Oracle Data Access Components 7.10,
and PostgreSQL Data Access Components 2.10 with more development tools
supported. 

Significant improvements in Universal Data Access Components
NexusDB Supported
NexusDB is a relational database that is nimble enough to be fully embedded
into your desktop applications and powerful enough to be your primary
database server. 
NexusDB implements the international standard ISO/IEC 9075 - SQL:2003,
including most of the Core SQL functionality as well as many of the
additional features defined in the standard. In addition, NexusDB enriches
SQL:2003 with extensions to expose vendor-specific functionality. 

Improved SQLite Provider Functionality
Non-Unicode SQLite databases are supported. Working with database in old
non-unicode format is equal to working with Unicode databases now. If you
need to open a database in old format, you can do it without any
difficulties, that helps you to save your data from legacy databases. You
can easily work with it or transfer it to the modern (Unicode) databases.
Encrypted databases are supported too, and you can use SQLite as a safe data
storage. Also SQLite collation support is added, that allows you to enhance
standard possibilities for string comparing or sorting. 

Oracle Data Access Components with greatly enhanced Direct mode
functionality
In the new version of Oracle Data Access Components database connection is
possible not only when SID (system identifier that specifies an Oracle
database instance name) is used. With Oracle Data Access Components 7.10,
you can connect to a database using Service Name (system alias to an Oracle
database instance). Now in Direct mode you can change passwords that were
expired. 

High-speed working with PostgreSQL
The performance of PostgreSQL Data Access Components was greatly improved.
In some cases the speed of working with PostgreSQL database server is
tripled.
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Pricing and Availability
VCL Data Access Components have extremely flexible pricing. The Single
license starts from as little as $99.95, and you can always choose the
edition that matches your needs best. 

To learn more, download trial edition or order a license, please visit the
Devart site:  http://www.devart.com/dac.html http://www.devart.com/dac.html 
.

About Devart
Devart is a software development company with 11 years of experience on the
software market and over 20 thousands of devoted users. 
We specialize in providing comprehensive native connectivity solutions as
well as development and management tools for the most popular databases,
including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird, and
SQLite.
For additional information about Devart, visit 
http://www.devart.com/company/ www.devart.com/company/ 
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