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|DB-Aware Components > Direct DB Access > DBF|
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||27 Jun 2006
|By Griffin Solutions. Halcyon is an xBase database engine written in Object Pascal for Delphi. It allows the programmer to update DBF files using dBase, Clipper, or FoxPro index (CDX, MDX, NDX, NTX) and memo (DBT and FPT) formats.
Halcyon is purchased as a library of components that allow Halcyon to use the standard Delphi data-aware components through their DataSource property. The components in Halcyon 6 are THalcyonDataset, TCreateHalcyonDataset, and THalcyonNavigator. You may also use the stand-alone database engine through an included interface unit. Used this way it provides a powerful tool for dBase access in console applications, such as CGI and ISAPI for web servers.
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|Download: D2 D2005 D2006 D4 D5 D6 D7
|Database Tools > DBase, FoxPro, Clipper > Other|
||29 Nov 2005
|By Griffin Solutions. IndxLook is an application that allows database programmers to view the information in a dBase, Clipper, or Foxpro index. It will read CDX, MDX, NDX, and NTX formats. It will display the list of tags within an index file, and when a tag is selected, the key expression and filter expression is displayed. This freeware program was written in Delphi using the Halcyon Database Engine from Griffin Solutions.|
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