|New FastReport VCL 5 published!|
New FastReport VCL 5 published on fast-report.com.
Supports Delphi 7-XE7
- Many changes and improvements in classes
- New objects
- More interactivity in reports
- New and improvement export filters
- improvements in GUI...
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|DB-Aware Components > DB Access > SQL|
FRSQL Tracer v.1.0||FWS
||30 Mar 1999
|By FrontRunner Technologies. The TFRSQLTracer component allows you to provide SQL Monitor functionality to your end-users. There are basically three parts to the component. The component itself captures all the same information as SQL Monitor. In addition, it will fire an event whenever any message is generated. This will allow a developer to display the messages however he/she chooses. There is also built-in handling of the messages, in which case the event can be used as an additional filter for the incoming messages. All messages are stored internally by the component, and can be viewed at any time by calling the ShowTraceForm procedure. This lists the messages similar to how SQL Monitor lists them, with a little added information.|
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