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Anydac architecture

DA-SOFT Technologies AnyDAC for Delphi is an 3-d party unique set of Universal Data Access Components for developing applications on Delphi, C++Builder and Free Pascal. With its powerful common architecture AnyDAC enables native high-speed direct access to Firebird, SQLite, MySQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, SQL Anywhere, MS Access, Informix and more. For complete list of features and availability, please check:

AnyDAC Core FeaturesEdit

  • Native access to Firebird, MySQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DB2, InterBase and more. Including latest DBMS versions.
  • Optimized for best possible performance (2 times faster than dbGo, 25% faster than dbExpress).
  • Generic access to any database supported through dbExpress and ODBC data sources.
  • Reach API, including 50 Delphi VCL components.
  • Unified API for access to cross-database features.
  • First-class support for many database-specific features, including DBMS services like backup, validate.
  • Unique ADO.NET-like data engine for Win32.
  • Advanced Data Access Options.
  • Full support for international applications, including full Unicode support in Delphi 2009 and later.
  • Cross-platform support though Free Pascal (FPC).
  • Perfect integration as back-end driver for TMS AdvGrid, RemObjects Data Abstract, Fast Report, C4D kbmMW and more.

AnyDAC Natively Supported DatabasesEdit

  • Enterprise - Oracle, MS SQL Server, IBM DB2.
  • Workgroup - Firebird, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Anywhere, Interbase, Advatage DS.
  • Database in clouds - Microsoft SQL Azure.
  • Desktop - SQLite, MS Access, BlackFish SQL, MS SQL CE.
  • Bridges - DbExpress, ODBC.

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