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Delphi SIG Meeting - December 11, 2000

Delphi SIG Meeting - December 11, 2000 in Delphi User Groups topic (part of our Pascal and Delphi Coding group).

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Larry J. Rutledge
Prestwood IT
Citrus Heights, CA USA

EVENT: Delphi SIG
DATE: Monday, December 11, 2000
TIME: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
TOPIC: Extending TDataSet
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The Delphi SIG will meet in the training room at Prestwood Software &
Consulting, located at 7525 Auburn Boulevard, Suite 9, Citrus Heights, CA
95610. If you have any questions, feel free to call (916) 726 - 5675 and
speak to either Mike Prestwood or myself (Larry Rutledge).

Last months presentation by Dan Ervin was very informative, he showed how to
use events in COM Objects to notify the server when something happens on the
client and vice-versa. He is working out a few issues in the sample code and
then we will make the notes and code available to the group.

This month I will show how to extend the TDataSet component. In Delphi 1 and
2 all the database-related components were designed around and strongly tied
to the BDE. Since the release of Delphi 3 the situation has changed. Instead
of defining a single TDataSet class that wraps the BDE connection, Delphi
now offers an abstract TDataSet class; there is also a new TBDEDataSet
class, which derives from TDataSet and is the base class for TdbDataSet,
which is the base class for TTable and TQuery.

As usual, if you have questions or would like us to look at and work with a
project you are stuck on, feel free to bring it in for some team development
and troubleshooting.

Finally, we now have a forum for Delphi discussion at the Prestwood Forums.
This includes a nice bulletin board which you can access with the following
URL:
Old UBB Archived Link: [URL=http://www.prestwood.com/ubb]http://www.prestwood.com/ubb[/URL]


Please login, register, and start posting your questions and tips to the
boards. We will be using the questions posted to the board to foster
conversation at future SIG meetings.

There will also be free pizza provided by Prestwood Software & Consulting.
So come out and enjoy a night of free food and free knowledge.

See you Monday night,

------------------
Larry J. Rutledge

Programmer / Analyst
Prestwood Software & Consulting

Larry J. Rutledge

Analyst

Prestwood Software

www.prestwood.com
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