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TinyDB Database Engine v.2.94UGPLS 1244 k
By Jaro Benes, DayDream Software. TinyDB is a small, fast and very reliable database engine for developers in Delphi and C++Builder applications. It provides access to a flat file in its own format without BDE, and doesn't need any installation and configuration. With TinyDB engine, all data can be stored in only one database file. TinyDB engine is an ideal BDE replacement for small database applications in Delphi and C++Builder, and soon also for Kylix. Can be use as simple configuration database too as well.

Key Features:

  • Inherited from TDataSet, supports all visual DB-aware components;
  • Without BDE, and no DLL, no OCX;
  • All data in ONE database file;
  • Supports BLOB data Compression;
  • Supports database Encryption, and CRC32 protection;
  • Extended interface for data processing algorithms;
  • Supports In-memory database;
  • Supports Multi-indexes, and maximum records quantity over 100,000;
  • TinyDB Desktop tool, detailed manual, and rich samples;
Complete update to Unicode Delphi and translate comments from Chinese to simply English (by JB.). For update to XE2 big thanks to Mr.Cervinka.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included
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