ANN: Da-soft AnyDAC Summer 2012 (v 6.0.1) released

Dear Sir or Madam,


DA-SOFT Technologies announces the immediate availability of major new version "AnyDAC for Delphi" Summer 2012 v 6.0.1.


Version Highlights

* Support for iOS Emulator and ARM devices.

* Support for FireMonkey, including FM AnyDAC dialogs (more).

* New Local SQL to query TDataSet's (more).

* New Centralized Cached Updates, with master-detail propagation (more).

* New DataSnap multi-tier driver.

And more.


AnyDAC for Delphi

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

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AnyDAC Core Features

* Native access to Firebird, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, DB2, InterBase, SQL Anywhere, Informix, Advantage Database, DataSnap and more. Including latest DBMS versions.

* Generic access to any database supported through dbExpress or ODBC data sources.

* Optimized for best possible performance. 2 times faster than dbGo, 25% faster than dbExpress.

* Reach API with 50 Delphi VCL components, including TADConnection, TADTransaction, TADQuery, TADStoredProc, TADTable, TADMemTable, TADLocalSQL.

* Unified API for cross-database access, including unified data type mapping, SQL dialect abstraction, connection aliases.

* First-class support for many database-specific features, including backup, restore, validation, SQL scripting.

* Advanced Data Access Options, including Array DML, Live Data Window mode, Local SQL, full Unicode support.

* Delphi 5 to Delphi XE2, C++ Builder 5 to C++ Builder XE2, Lazarus / Free Pascal on Win32, Win64, Linux32, Linux64, Mac OS X, iOS.

* Perfect integration as back-end driver for Fast Report, ReportBuilder, DataSnap, TMS AdvGrid, RemObjects Data Abstract, C4D kbmMW and more.


AnyDAC Natively Supported Databases

* Enterprise - Oracle, SQL Server, IBM DB2, Informix.

* Workgroup - Firebird, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Anywhere, Interbase, Advantage DB.

* Database in clouds - SQL Azure.

* Desktop - SQLite, Access, Advantage DB, SQL CE, BlackFish SQL.

* Embedded - SQLite, Firebird Embedded, MySQL Embedded, Berkeley DB.

* Bridges - dbExpress, ODBC.

* Multi-Tier - DataSnap.


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DA-SOFT Technologies Team

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