New DAC release with RAD Studio 10.3 Rio support

November 26th, 2018

We hasten to share the great news: we have updated our DAC products making them even more functional and supported the just-released RAD Studio 10.3 Rio. What you get with this release besides the above:

  • The latest Oracle version 18c is now supported in ODAC
  • We also supported Implicit result sets in Oracle 12. To open a next cursor or implicit result set, you can use the OpenNext method added in the new ODAC version
  • PostgreSQL 11 is supported in the new version of PgDAC
  • Support for PAM and Windows authentications is added in MyDAC
  • In IBDAC, we added a possibility to write large blobs by pieces
  • Support for the BreakExec method in the Query component is added in the latest LiteDAC
  • For DBF data provider, we improved the file format detection when the DBFFormat option is set to dfAuto
  • OAuth authentication for BigCommerce data provider is already available in UniDAC
  • Now you can escape field names using the QuoteNames option in TMSLoader when working with SDAC
  • In all Delphi data access components, we added support of UPPER and LOWER functions for Unified SQL

For the full list of What’s New in the current versions – visit the product page.

You can try the new versions here:

UniDAC 7.4 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
ODAC 10.3 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
SDAC 8.2 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
MyDAC 9.3 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
IBDAC 6.3 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
PgDAC 5.3 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
LiteDAC 3.4 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]
VirtualDAC 10.5 [ Download ] [ What’s New ]

If you wish to provide feedback on the new versions, you can do it on our forums or by e-mail.
There is also a feedback form in the support zone of every product. We are always glad to have your comments and take into account your development needs.

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