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Blasts from the Past
Posted by Tim Young on Mon, Nov 15 2010

I thought that some of you would get a kick out of these ads that appeared in some magazines (DBMS, Dr. Dobbs) back in the early 90's (click on the link above each image to see the full version). You'll have to forgive the snarky comments, but wow, were some of the claims made in these ads bold. The times definitely have changed...feel free to reminisce in the comments. Smile

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Casual Friday for Week Ending November 12th
Posted by Tim Young on Fri, Nov 12 2010

Well, with the best of intentions....

As is the case with many endeavors, I intended to do a post like this every Friday, and as is also the case with many endeavors, I didn't exactly follow through. It seems like some weeks I simply don't feel like I have anything new to add to the conversation. But, it's been a long time since I've done a Casual Friday post here, so I have built up a reserve stock of items to discuss, and can now unleash them upon the world. Smile

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New ElevateDB PHP Extension Now Available Free of Charge
Posted by Tim Young on Mon, Nov 1 2010

The new ElevateDB 2 PHP extension is now available free of charge for a limited time. For more information on the supported functions and examples of how to use them, please see the ElevateDB 2 PHP Extension manual:

ElevateDB Version 2 PHP Extension Manual

Currently, the extension is only available for Windows, but we hope to have a Linux version available soon.

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ElevateDB 2.03 Build 23 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Tue, Oct 19 2010

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 23 is now available for download. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here.

Information We will not be sending out build notifications for this build, so this is the only notification that is available for this build.

2.03 Build 23 Breaking Changes
There are two breaking changes in 2.03 Build 23 for the .NET Data Provider:
  • EDBCommand ParamCheck Property
    The EDBCommand ParamCheck property previously defaulted to True, meaning that parameters were automatically created for any command text (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement) that was assigned to the CommandText property. This caused issues with table adapters and the parameter creation within the Visual Studio IDE, so the ParamCheck property now defaults to False.


  • EDBCommand UpdatedRowSource Property
    The EDBCommand UpdatedRowSource property previously defaulted to Both, and now defaults to None. Again, this is due to some issues with the table adapter code generation in the Visual Studio IDE.


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DBISAM 4.30 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Thu, Oct 7 2010

DBISAM 4.30 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions.

DBISAM 4.30 introduces support for Delphi XE.

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ElevateDB 2.04 Build 4 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Mon, Oct 4 2010

ElevateDB 2.04 Build 4 is now available for download. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here.

2.04 Build 4 Breaking Changes
There are two breaking changes in 2.04 Build 4 for the .NET Data Provider:
  • EDBCommand ParamCheck Property
    The EDBCommand ParamCheck property previously defaulted to True, meaning that parameters were automatically created for any command text (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement) that was assigned to the CommandText property. This caused issues with table adapters and the parameter creation within the Visual Studio IDE, so the ParamCheck property now defaults to False.


  • EDBCommand UpdatedRowSource Property
    The EDBCommand UpdatedRowSource property previously defaulted to Both, and now defaults to None. Again, this is due to some issues with the table adapter code generation in the Visual Studio IDE.


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