PostgresDAC 3.2.1

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PostgresDAC: a PostgreSQL BDE replacement for Delphi and BCB. It allows you to create Delphi/BCB5 applications with direct access to PostgreSQL DB without BDE and ODBC. The interface is BDE-like and TDataSet compatible. JPEGs in BLOBs supported

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server/95/98, Other
Publisher:
microOLAP Technologies LTD
Price:
$134.95
File size:
29.64 Mb
Date added:
August 6, 2014
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Description from the Publisher
PostgresDAC is a PostgreSQL BDE replacement for Delphi and BCB. It allows you to create Delphi/BCB5 applications with direct access to PostgreSQL DB without BDE and ODBC. Migration friendly Interface of PostgresDAC is BDE-like and TDataSet compatible. TDBImageEx component for JPEG images in BLOBs support included in package for free (with sources). Royalty-free.
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