Enhancements:

  1. An ability to set a path to the client library for a separate TpFIBDatabase (different gds32.dll, fbclient.dll) has been added.
  2. A new TpFIBDataSet property RefreshTransactionKind: TTransactionKind has been added where TTransactionKind = (tkReadTransaction, tkUpdateTransaction); It determines the transaction context of RefreshSQL execution. If the dataset has no separate UpdateTransaction, this property value is ignored.
  3. The CompareBookmarks function has been changed.
  4. The TTransactionAction type in unit IB_Services; has been renamed to TServiceTransactionAction in order to avoid conflicts with the TTransactionAction type in FIBDatabase.

Bug fixes:

  1. Incorrect work of TpFIBDataSet.Locate Description: and TpFIBDataSet.Locate by the dataset with deleted or filtered records.
  2. Lost connection in versions of InterBase 4.x-5.x
  3. An error of work with blobs (incorrect work after DataSet.Cancel)
  4. An error of String field handling. Appeared on the attempt to set a null string.
  5. An error of handling some keywords.
  6. An error of canceling record insertion into an empty dataset. Appeared if a wrong Post proceeded the insertion.
  7. Changes in LockRecord work (incorrect work if there were some peculiar features of UpdateSQL text).

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