How To

How to Compare Multiple Databases through Command Line

Very often, there is a need to compare or synchronize data between two databases on the same server. To detect differences, you can simply use dbForge Data Compare for PostgreSQL, which allows you to perform this process with a few clicks. (more…)

How To Import a .CSV file through the Command Line

In this post, we are going to explore the way of how to import a .csv file through the command line in dbForge Studio for MySQL.

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Fast and simple database app development and deployment to Linux in RAD Studio

The Devart company released UniDAC with support for Linux 64-bit platform. UniDAC makes application development and maintenance easier and simpler because the use of the Direct mode in a custom application does not require the installation of client libraries, additional drivers, etc. This helps to avoid the overhead when accessing a DBMS, hence increasing performance. (more…)

How to retrieve data from Dynamics CRM to MS Access using ODBC

Custom relational management is very important once you run a business. It helps to improve marketing strategy, sales and customer service. (more…)

Developing applications with Salesforce CRM integration in Delphi

Cloud-based CRM systems are becoming incredibly popular in these days. This trend is quite clear. The usage of cloud services does not require a deployment and costly specialized software domestic support, which ultimately reduces a company’s total expenses. (more…)

How to import data to Excel using ODBC

In this article, we will discuss how to access data using ODBC driver in Microsoft Excel. We will examine in detail the data retrieving process.
Cloud technologies develop rapidly, more and more data is stored in the cloud. (more…)

Review Assistant Migration Issues

Starting from version 3.5, Review Assistant uses Microsoft’s SQL Server as an engine for its back-end database. The previous versions of Review Assistant have been using SQLite (more…)

Use VirtualDataSet to access objects list via TDataSet interface

TVirtualDataSet is a virtual dataset that can be used as an intermediate between data stored in an application and data-aware controls used in forms. TVirtualDataSet behaves the same way as any other TDataSet descendant and, therefore, it is compatible with all data-aware controls. However, it does not store data in memory. Work with TVirtualDataSet is implemented by means of events occurring during data exchange between an application and controls. As a result, you can choose a variety of entities as a data storage source: arrays, lists, records, XML files, etc. (more…)

How to automatically generate SQL Server documentation

In this blog post, we will learn how to quickly create a comprehensive documentation of an SQL Server database using dbForge Documenter for SQL Server, a database documentation generator from Devart. (more…)

Installation & Configuration of Devart ODBC Driver for QuickBooks

The article describes installation and configuration of Devart ODBC Driver for QuickBooks on Windows, as well as authorization and connection to a QuickBooks account, and provides a demo sample of retrieving QuickBooks account data using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.

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