We use BCB and Delphi with direct access (libpq 73) via Zeoslib since 3
Seen results and performance, throwed away the PG odbc.
Zeos (6.1.5) does not shine for ADO access, but all the wrappers around
native interfaces work really well.
""Merlin Moncure"" <merlin(dot)moncure(at)rcsonline(dot)com> ha scritto nel messaggio
> > Merlin,
> > Yes Borland C++ builder is exactly what I am using ....
> > Jim
> Well, since a text field is unbounded, the VCL is going to give you a
> TMemoField which is really what is supposed to happen, TMemoField being
> designed to handle unbounded fields. By the way, this is not a problem
> with the ODBC driver.
> So, I'd suggest the following alternatives:
> 1. Learn to live with TMemoField. This basically you means you need to
> pick up some 3rd party VCL controls, especially a grid replacement, one
> that doesn't say 'memo' for TMemoField. The build it edit control for
> memo fields TDBMemo, is ok, but there are better ones out there.
> 2. Cast your field expression coming in and going out, now it gets
> treated as a string field (rebind your fields to the dataset). Of
> course, I gather that kind of goes against the whole reason for going
> with the 'text' type to begin with.
> p.s. If you are doing serious development in C++ builder, I strongly
> recommend looking at the Zeos database components. They are very fast
> and access the database directly without going through the BDE. (or
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