Saturday, April 25, 2009

key-feature of NativeDB

Direct database access is the single most important
key-feature of NativeDB. NativeDB skips both the Borland Database Engine (BDE),
the Microsoft's Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and OLEDB layers. Thus make it
easy to deploy, install and configure your end-user application. Instead it connects
directly to the database layer provided by the database manufacturer. The result is
high performance data-access, with less code overhead compared to any other standard
database interface available today. NativeDB is a set of components that can work
or link directly with your application executable. You don't have to worry about
BDE, ODBC, MDAC or OLEDB distribution, configuration and version conflict issues

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