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|Applications in Delphi and BCB > Networks > Messaging, Chat, etc|
NetTalk Messenger v.3.0||SW
||10 Jan 2000
|By Michael Holopov. Application for message exchange between computers in local area network. It is cool alternative of WinPopup program included into Windows 95/98. Works also in a Windows NT 4.0.
By default at startup NetTalk lives in the Windows tray. To show it double click to it's icon on the tray. To put it back click minimize button or "Hide" button.
To send message to single computer you have to run NetTalk on both workstations, then type or select from list computer name and press "SEND" button. To send message to all computers in a domain just select radio button "All computer in domain". Then click to "SEND" button" If other side sent message to you, you'll receive it in a popup window. There you may press "Close" or "Reply" to put Sender name into button control "Computer name". Also this message will be stored in a History (ChecBox "History"). You can scroll and delete all incoming messages.
|Download: NT4 W95 W98
|DB-Aware Components > Visual > Other|
||07 Apr 2005
|By Michael Holopov. Allows end users to visually construct complex filter criteria by combining simple filter conditions for individual items (fields in the linked dataset)|
using logical operators. The TmxDBFilterPanel automatically processes the specified filter conditions and generates the value for the Filter property (WHERE clause).
You can use this value to programmatically apply filtering to the linked dataset object.
This trial version works only in Delphi 7 and Delphi 2005. Sources will work under D6, D7, D8, D2005.
Source: On purchase/registration
Source Price: $37
|Download: D2005 D7
|Applications in Delphi and BCB > Catalogs > Simple DB|
WorkTime Registration v.2.1||SW
||18 Nov 1999
|By Michael Holopov. Application for user's Work Time registration over Windows NT network. Consists of two parts - viewer and service (WTView & WorkTime). Service must be running on a Windows NT Domain controller.
Every time when user (Windows NT Workstation) logons, service registers entire logon information (time, date, computer name, username). This information it writes into MS Access Database. The same process happens when a user logoffs from NT and Service registers it. To view or delete this info you can run WorkTime View (WTView) that also permits to show and print different reports.
Every day at 00:00 AM WorkTime Service deletes log (MemTable table) and compact entire Database.
|Download: NT4 W95 W98
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