A: As we have already mentioned, BlazeTop's architecture differs from that of other development/administration tools in its dynamic packages, and they easily make BlazeTop fit to any of your requirements. And BlazeTop has no overflowing functionality. All of us know for sure that any great products are becoming more and more cumbersome, acquiring hundreds of buttons when you need only 15 of them! And these products use more and more resources, and it takes them more and more time to load. At the same time there occur more and more errors because of complex relations between growing code parts. And one day you understand that you can use these products no more...

One of the most important BlazeTop's differences we consider its functionality in the form of pluggable dynamic packages. They are not simple plugins that add more items to the main menu. Due to their object architecture, they can be deeply integrated into BlazeTop. Actually even basic BlazeTop functionality is realized on the basis of packages so there is no much difference between the main functionality and additional functions. So it's up to you which packages to install. If you do not need printing, simply do not install the package responsible for it. If you need visual query builder, you add a corresponding package. And you have no unnecessary functions!

The second important BlazeTop's difference is its interface similar to that of Delph IDEi. As any of database objects and most additional tools are realized as components, you can edit their properties in Object Inspector. Programmers are accustomed to this due to Delphi, Visual C++, Visual Basic, etc. And BlazeTop is the first database administration and development tool with such capability. We are sure that many other tools will certainly adopt this approach because it is very handy:

You will also find many other BlazeTop's analogues of Delphi IDE. Each object is a component. Opening them you can edit their properties in Object Inspector or Object Editor (in most cases it is similar to Delphi Code Editor):

You will see that some complex object properties call additional property editors (for example, the Value property of the generator), and an open object is placed into Object Explorer (as if you have put a component on the Delphi form), and you can call for it different component editors there (for example for the object "Database" such editors as "Recompute Selectivity of All Indices", etc are available). All these things make the IDE easy-understandable and handy especially if you tried Delphi or C++ Builder.

Of course these are only a few of numerous differences. You will get to know about all of them while using BlazeTop or reading manuals. The last but not the least BlazeTop's difference is its mobility toward functional stratification of InterBase, Firebird and Yaffil. Their differences are more and more numerous and they might even touch upon client libraries soon. We would like to remind that gds32.dll already has such a change in InterBase 7.0 in order to support longer object names. This will require writing of separate applications for InterBase, Firebird or Yaffil versions and database administration/development tools will not be an exception. And BlazeTop will show its advantageous principle of work with dynamic packages, because it considers InterBase, Firebird and Yaffil to be three different servers. Firebird and Yaffil are separate servers just as MySQL or PostgreSQL. Even now BlazeTop dynamically links up components for access to Firebird and InterBase 7.0. And no considerable changes will prevent BlazeTop from working with all the three servers well.


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A: As we have already mentioned, BlazeTop's architecture differs from that of other development/administration tools in its dynamic packages, and they easily make BlazeTop fit to any of your requirements. And BlazeTop has no overflowing functionality. All of us know for sure that any great products are becoming more and more cumbersome, acquiring hundreds of buttons when you need only 15 of them! And these products use more and more resources, and it takes them more and more time to load. At the same time there occur more and more errors because of complex relations between growing code parts. And one day you understand that you can use these products no more...

One of the most important BlazeTop's differences we consider its functionality in the form of pluggable dynamic packages. They are not simple plugins that add more items to the main menu. Due to their object architecture, they can be deeply integrated into BlazeTop. Actually even basic BlazeTop functionality is realized on the basis of packages so there is no much difference between the main functionality and additional functions. So it's up to you which packages to install. If you do not need printing, simply do not install the package responsible for it. If you need visual query builder, you add a corresponding package. And you have no unnecessary functions!

The second important BlazeTop's difference is its interface similar to that of Delph IDEi. As any of database objects and most additional tools are realized as components, you can edit their properties in Object Inspector. Programmers are accustomed to this due to Delphi, Visual C++, Visual Basic, etc. And BlazeTop is the first database administration and development tool with such capability. We are sure that many other tools will certainly adopt this approach because it is very handy:

You will also find many other BlazeTop's analogues of Delphi IDE. Each object is a component. Opening them you can edit their properties in Object Inspector or Object Editor (in most cases it is similar to Delphi Code Editor):

You will see that some complex object properties call additional property editors (for example, the Value property of the generator), and an open object is placed into Object Explorer (as if you have put a component on the Delphi form), and you can call for it different component editors there (for example for the object "Database" such editors as "Recompute Selectivity of All Indices", etc are available). All these things make the IDE easy-understandable and handy especially if you tried Delphi or C++ Builder.

Of course these are only a few of numerous differences. You will get to know about all of them while using BlazeTop or reading manuals. The last but not the least BlazeTop's difference is its mobility toward functional stratification of InterBase, Firebird and Yaffil. Their differences are more and more numerous and they might even touch upon client libraries soon. We would like to remind that gds32.dll already has such a change in InterBase 7.0 in order to support longer object names. This will require writing of separate applications for InterBase, Firebird or Yaffil versions and database administration/development tools will not be an exception. And BlazeTop will show its advantageous principle of work with dynamic packages, because it considers InterBase, Firebird and Yaffil to be three different servers. Firebird and Yaffil are separate servers just as MySQL or PostgreSQL. Even now BlazeTop dynamically links up components for access to Firebird and InterBase 7.0. And no considerable changes will prevent BlazeTop from working with all the three servers well.


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