John Clark Clark

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EzQuery Dialog v.1.0

DB-Aware Components > DB Access > SQL

By John Clark Clark.

Freeware + source 28 May 2008

Description

TQueryDialog that dynamically creates a query dialog from either a TForm, TDBGrid or TDataSet. It is great for end-user database applications where the user needs an easy method to search for database records. Save hours of coding.

It automatically generates the query dialog using any data-aware controls including:

  • DBGrid
  • DBListBox
  • DBComboBox
  • DBCheckBox
  • DBRadioGroup
  • DBEdit
  • DBLookupComboBox
  • DBLookupListBox
  • DBCtrlGrid
  • TTable
  • TQuery
  • Any data aware component.
Supports syntax for filters or SQL. Easy to use. Just drop the component on the form or data module and call the Execute method. Supports both modal dialog and Midi child forms.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Exe demo: included
  • Size: 3 036kB

Platforms: C2k6, CB1, CB3, CB4, CB5, D3, D4, D5

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