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Group: Pascal and Delphi Coding


Topic: ADO

TADOTable: When The Obvious Can Be Wrong! -
Demo project for article

With the introduction of support for ADO Database access, Borland gave us TADOTable, a quick, easy-to-use component to begin the job of outfitting an existing application with a newer database. But TADOTable is no TTable! It comes with some baggage you can do without.

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #101676, KB Topic: ADO




Topic: Coding Tasks

Delphi Best Practices 2: Reusable Main Forms -
DFM and PAS Files for article

How often have you started a new Delphi project, then spent some time fleshing out the default main form provided by Delphi?

This task only needs to be done once or twice. Delphi then allows us to re-use this work at the start of each new project.

Source code is included.

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #101943, KB Topic: Coding Tasks




Topic: Delphi for Win32

Component to Fix Alt Key Problem in Vista - When run under Vista, your Delphi programs may respond poorly to presses of the Alt key; some of the components on your forms may disappear. Here is a free component that can help.
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100792, KB Topic: Delphi for Win32

Where Does Your Data Belong? -

Back in the wild and wooly days of C/PM, DOS, and early versions of Windows, we programmers could store our data pretty much anywhere. It might not have been a good idea, but we could get away with it.

Things have changed drastically!!

If your program stores data, you need to know where it belongs, and that varies quite a bit from one version of Windows to others.

Read on to find out where your data belongs.

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #102504, KB Topic: Delphi for Win32




Topic: Using Data

Data Execution Prevention - Bug in Delphi 7 - Late versions of Windows - and late processors - include a feature called Date Execution Prevention, or DEP. Programs written in Delphi 7 can trigger DEP errors because of a bug in the SysUtils unit. This article describes an unofficial fix.
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100651, KB Topic: Using Data

Extracting Plain Text From HTML - HTML is great. Sometimes, though, we need to get at just the embedded plain text.
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100413, KB Topic: Using Data




Group: C# (Visual C# & VS.Net)





Topic: C#

Free E-Book on C# .NET Essentials - This is the "Chapter Zero" you've been missing.
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #101621, KB Topic: C#




Group: Coding & OO





Topic: General Info, Installation, etc.

LLBLGen Pro - Object-Relation Mapping & Code-Generator Tool
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100690, KB Topic: General Info, Installation, etc.




Topic: Programming

Visual Studio MRU Cleanup Tool -

Sometimes old news is good news.

If you still need to work with Visual Studio 2005, you may find yourself annoyed by that list of Recent Projects on your Start Page; a list you can't clean up - unless you want to go poking around in the Windows Registry.

The nifty little utility at this link takes care of the problem in a clean, straightforward, easy-to-use way.

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #102194, KB Topic: Programming




Group: DBA, Databases, & Data





Topic: DBA & Data

Oracle Berkely DB XML - http://www.oracle.com/database/berkeley-db/xml/index.html
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100578, KB Topic: DBA & Data




Group: Computer Industry





Topic: IT Water-Cooler for Power-Users

Now It's Easy To Get End-User Problem Reports -
Example of using PSR

In the past it's been a pain to get end-users to give developers an accurate and complete list of the steps they took to get to a problem - especially if screen-shots are desirable.

Now Microsoft has provided a tool that makes the entire process ridiculously easy.

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #102545, KB Topic: IT Water-Cooler for Power-Users

Windows GREP - Great Tool -

You know (or think) the file is out there.  You have a pretty good idea about one or two things that are (or ought) to be in it.  Find it fast with Windows GREP.

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #102013, KB Topic: IT Water-Cooler for Power-Users




Group: Technical Writing





Topic: Technical Writing

Wink Software -- Author Animated Tutorials - As developers, we can often help our clients (or our marketing efforts) by creating "screen cast" demos or tutorials. Here is a great tool for doing that - and it's free.
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100630, KB Topic: Technical Writing




Group: Prestwood IT Solutions





Topic: psSendMail DLL

psSendMail Version 2 ships! -

Following on the great success of v1 of psSendMail, v2 builds on that foundation to meet the emailing needs of today's developers. As a bonus, we have not raised its price!

Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100661, KB Topic: psSendMail DLL

v1.1 Documentation - v1.1 of psSendMail will soon be replaced by v2.
Posted By Wes Peterson, Post #100706, KB Topic: psSendMail DLL


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