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FIBPlus Developers Guide Part II is available for download now. From it you will know about:


  • Working with BLOB fields

  • Using unique FIBPlus field types

  • Working with array fields

  • Using TDataSetsContainer containers

  • Additional actions for TpFIBUpdateObject data modifying

  • Working with shared transactions

  • Batch processing

  • Centralized error handling - TpFIBErrorHandler

  • Getting TFIBSibEventAlerter events

  • Debugging FIBPlus applications

  • Monitoring SQL queries

  • FIBPlus repositories

  • Supporting Firebird 2.0

  • Additional FIBPlus features (Full UNICODE_FSS support, NO_GUI compilation option, Using SynEdit in editors)

  • Unique design-time experts: FIBPlusTools

  • How to work with services

  • Getting server information

  • Managing server users

  • Backing up and restoring databases

  • Getting statistics about databases


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Our 911 dispatch center needed a program to monitor the status of equipment used in emergency situations. If one dispatcher modified the status of a piece of equipment, all the other dispatchers needed to see this change immediately. The most elegant way to implement this was by using Firebird Events to asynchronously notify all the users whenever a pertinent change had occurred at the database server. After failing to implement this myself using the Firebird API, I bought a copy of FIBPlus. I dropped a Database, EventAlert and ErrorHandler control into a C++ Builder DataModule and within minutes I had all the functionality I needed. I was able to complete the project quickly and the users are thrilled with the results because I gave them more features than they originally asked for. >>

Darryl Caillouet Programmer City of Little Rock
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