New release of Data Access Components with support for Lazarus 2.0.2

June 25th, 2019

The long-waited update of Delphi Data Access Components is finally here – Devart is rolling out new versions of  DAC products.

This release introduces support for Lazarus 2.0.2, improved performance of the SaveToFile/LoadFromFile methods of TVirtualTable, a new DefaultSortType property for TVirtualTable, and a range of other smaller but nonetheless important updates.

Here are some of the things that were introduced or improved in the new release of DAC:

  • All DAC products now support free cross-platform IDE Lazarus 2.0.2. The DefaultSortType property has been implemented for the entire product line. Users will also benefit from the improved performance of  the SaveToFile/LoadFromFile methods of TVirtualTable.
  • You can now use the URL-style connection string format and local connection with IBDAC. We have also optimized the insert speed for fields of the BLOB data type.
  • PgDAC introduces function calls in batch operations.
  • In SDAC, multiple threads can now share a single connection.
  • The Direct Mode in LiteDAC has been upgraded to version 3.27.2 of the SQLite engine. LiteDAC now handles better operations running on multiple threads.

Visit the DAC page for a complete list of updates in this release or try out the new versions of Delphi Data Access Components  for  free:

UniDAC 7.5 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
ODAC 10.4 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
SDAC 8.3 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
MyDAC 9.4 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
IBDAC 6.4 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
PgDAC 5.4 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
LiteDAC 3.5 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]
VirtualDAC 10.6 [ Download ] [ Revision History ]

If you would like to give some feedback or ask a question about the new version of a DAC product, you are more than welcome to visit our forums or drop us a line.

You can find more ways to contact us on the Support page of any DAC product. We will be happy to assist you with expert help and advice.

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