New Components and Unified SQL Support in Universal Data Access Components 2.50!

Budapest, Hungary (PressExposure) April 08, 2009 -- Devart, the leading provider of solutions for connecting software with data, has recently announced the release of Universal Data Access Components.

UniDAC 2.50 offers a bundle of new components, Free Pascal under Linux and unified SQL support that make UniDAC more effective and really universal.

Unified SQL is a language extension that has different constructions and allows to write truly database-independent SQL code. Unified SQL includes:

- Macro - in Unified SQL macros can evaluate to a different value depending on the provider used by the TUniConnection component. - IF directive - for the purpose of extra flexibility Unified SQL supports conditional inclusion of SQL code into resulting statements using {if} directive. This allows to set different SQL for different DBMS. - SQL Function - introduce standard for calling common SQL functions. In run time function is transformed either to the corresponding native function, or to an equivalent expression. - Literal - provides universal syntax for date, time, and timestamp literals.

TUniLoader component serves for fast loading of data to the database. For each type of database server TUniLoader uses its specific interfaces for loading with maximum speed. For example, Oracle Direct Path Load interface is used for Oracle.

TUniDump component serves to store data from tables or editable views as a script and to restore data from a received script.

UniDAC has 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 and free editions, or order a license please visit Devart site: http://www.devart.com/unidac/.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 08, 2009 at 10:01 am
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