The New Versions of VCL Data Access Components Released

Budapest, Hungary (PressExposure) September 10, 2009 -- SQL Server Data Access Components (SDAC) is a library of components that provides access to Microsoft SQL Server databases. SDAC connects to SQL Server directly through OLE DB, which is a native SQL Server interface. The SDAC library is designed to help programmers develop faster and cleaner SQL Server database applications.

SDAC is a complete replacement for standard SQL Server connectivity solutions and presents an efficient alternative to the Borland Database Engine for access to SQL Server. Advantages of SDAC Technology

SDAC is a direct connectivity database wrapper built specifically for the SQL Server server. SDAC offers wide coverage of the SQL Server feature set and emphasizes optimized data access strategies. Wide Coverage of SQL Server Features

By providing access to the most advanced database functionality, SDAC allows developers to harness the full capabilities of the SQL Server and optimize their database applications. SDAC provides complete support of working with SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition, Service Broker technology, the IRowsetFastLoad interface, working with metadata information, and MARS.

Optimized Code

The goal of SDAC is to enable developers to write efficient and flexible database applications. The SDAC library is implemented using advanced data access algorithms and optimization techniques. Classes and components undergo comprehensive performance tests and are designed to help you write high-performance, lightweight data access layers. Compatibility with Other Connectivity Methods

The SDAC interface retains compatibility with standard VCL data access components like BDE. Existing BDE-based applications can be easily migrated to SDAC and enhanced to take advantage of SQL Server-specific features. Project migration can be automated with the BDE/ADO Migration Wizard.

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