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 Direct Sybase Access...
A company called allroundautomations ( www.allroundautomations.com ) has
a really nice product for accessing ORACLE directly, thus subverting the
BDE (and all the headaches that come with it) alltogether. It's called
DIRECT ORACLE ACCESS. Is there perhaps a comparable set of tools for
accessing SYBASE directly?


Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Direct Sybase Access...

Hi Drew,

Have a look at www.geocities.com/~maraisfamily/delphimain.html and
follow the links to TMyComponents.
The zip file is ctlib.zip
It is a set of components that I have developed (and is still enhancing)
that uses Sybase's CT-Library calls. The set contains quite a few
read-only components (including two TDataset descendants - CTQuery and
CTStoredProc) and one read/write TDataset descendant component -
CTTable. All you need is the Sybase open-client libraries installed on
the client.

Most of the components can also be used for SQL AnyWhere 5.x (using
TCP/IP)

If you have a problem to get the file, let me know.

regards
Stephan

Quote:

> A company called allroundautomations ( www.allroundautomations.com ) has
> a really nice product for accessing ORACLE directly, thus subverting the
> BDE (and all the headaches that come with it) alltogether. It's called
> DIRECT ORACLE ACCESS. Is there perhaps a comparable set of tools for
> accessing SYBASE directly?



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Direct Sybase Access...
OOPS, forgot to mention, Delphi 3 only please.

Looks like yer comps. are only fer Delphi 4, yes?

Thanx anyway, Stephan.

Quote:

> Hi Drew,

> Have a look at www.geocities.com/~maraisfamily/delphimain.html and
> follow the links to TMyComponents.
> The zip file is ctlib.zip
> It is a set of components that I have developed (and is still enhancing)
> that uses Sybase's CT-Library calls. The set contains quite a few
> read-only components (including two TDataset descendants - CTQuery and
> CTStoredProc) and one read/write TDataset descendant component -
> CTTable. All you need is the Sybase open-client libraries installed on
> the client.

> Most of the components can also be used for SQL AnyWhere 5.x (using
> TCP/IP)

> If you have a problem to get the file, let me know.

> regards
> Stephan


> > A company called allroundautomations ( www.allroundautomations.com ) has
> > a really nice product for accessing ORACLE directly, thus subverting the
> > BDE (and all the headaches that come with it) alltogether. It's called
> > DIRECT ORACLE ACCESS. Is there perhaps a comparable set of tools for
> > accessing SYBASE directly?



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Direct Sybase Access...
Hi Drew,

Yes, they are for Delphi 4. But if you are really, really in need, I
will make a few changes for Delphi 3 and re-compile with D3.

regards
Stephan

Quote:

> OOPS, forgot to mention, Delphi 3 only please.

> Looks like yer comps. are only fer Delphi 4, yes?

> Thanx anyway, Stephan.


> > Hi Drew,

> > Have a look at www.geocities.com/~maraisfamily/delphimain.html and
> > follow the links to TMyComponents.
> > The zip file is ctlib.zip
> > It is a set of components that I have developed (and is still enhancing)
> > that uses Sybase's CT-Library calls. The set contains quite a few
> > read-only components (including two TDataset descendants - CTQuery and
> > CTStoredProc) and one read/write TDataset descendant component -
> > CTTable. All you need is the Sybase open-client libraries installed on
> > the client.

> > Most of the components can also be used for SQL AnyWhere 5.x (using
> > TCP/IP)

> > If you have a problem to get the file, let me know.

> > regards
> > Stephan


> > > A company called allroundautomations ( www.allroundautomations.com ) has
> > > a really nice product for accessing ORACLE directly, thus subverting the
> > > BDE (and all the headaches that come with it) alltogether. It's called
> > > DIRECT ORACLE ACCESS. Is there perhaps a comparable set of tools for
> > > accessing SYBASE directly?



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Direct Sybase Access...
Ahh, I am always in need.

How easy is it to use?

Change?

Is it faster than using the BDE?

If so, by how much?

Do I have better access to the SYBASE functionality than I do through the BDE?

How long 'til you could get a Delphi 3 Version to me?

How much will it cost?

There are a LOT of serious developers still using Delphi 3 instead for because of
many issues yet to be addressed by Delphi 4.

It might just be in yer own best interests to get a Delphi 3 Version out there.

Quote:

> Hi Drew,

> Yes, they are for Delphi 4. But if you are really, really in need, I
> will make a few changes for Delphi 3 and re-compile with D3.

> regards
> Stephan


> > OOPS, forgot to mention, Delphi 3 only please.

> > Looks like yer comps. are only fer Delphi 4, yes?

> > Thanx anyway, Stephan.


> > > Hi Drew,

> > > Have a look at www.geocities.com/~maraisfamily/delphimain.html and
> > > follow the links to TMyComponents.
> > > The zip file is ctlib.zip
> > > It is a set of components that I have developed (and is still enhancing)
> > > that uses Sybase's CT-Library calls. The set contains quite a few
> > > read-only components (including two TDataset descendants - CTQuery and
> > > CTStoredProc) and one read/write TDataset descendant component -
> > > CTTable. All you need is the Sybase open-client libraries installed on
> > > the client.

> > > Most of the components can also be used for SQL AnyWhere 5.x (using
> > > TCP/IP)

> > > If you have a problem to get the file, let me know.

> > > regards
> > > Stephan


> > > > A company called allroundautomations ( www.allroundautomations.com ) has
> > > > a really nice product for accessing ORACLE directly, thus subverting the
> > > > BDE (and all the headaches that come with it) alltogether. It's called
> > > > DIRECT ORACLE ACCESS. Is there perhaps a comparable set of tools for
> > > > accessing SYBASE directly?



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 
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