I have BDE components.. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. RawUTF8 ; var I: Please visit our new home community. BDE seemed to work fine. DBMS versions release and updates will be happening in the client site as they wish. Zeos is dead slow for row retrieving:
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RawUTF8 ; var I: What steps i should follow?
Its not feasible to go modifying the front end which we developed long time back with respect to these releases. Email Required, but never shown. Please visit our new home community. Oracle is a very complex beast also, with a steep learning curve.
And even directly the OleDB layer if you wish. Anybody aware be the status of this problem at Borland? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
What is the likely release date for an Oracle 9 certified BDE version as our application is reliant on the BDE and Oracle 9 is now the required release for many current platforms. I don’t have any idea about how to connect to database through Delphi. You can use ADO with Delphi 5, without any problem. For more up to date information check the readme which ships with your version.
Unfortunately, Delphi 5 do not allow late-binding via a variant, which is allowed with Delphi 6 and up:. Or you can write code as vde I thinks not sure.
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DLL comes standard since the Oracle 8. What we need to do to make our product compatible to Oracle 9i. That’s the fastest way to use Oracle from D5.
The steps to connect are detailed in the help and the manuals.
I get msg “unable to load ora I found that BDE does not support Oracle 9. All you have to do is to set nativs DLL