Robert van Tilburg

Author Homepage: http://delphi.abydos.nl

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Author Products

Total 2 products

TFtpSync v.1.0

Components > Internet > FTP

By Robert van Tilburg.

Freeware + source 09 Oct 2000

Description

TFtpSync is a component which will synchronize the contents of a ftp site (directory) with the contents of a local directory, so the remote directory will get the same contents as the local dir. After comparing directories, the component will upload, delete, or rename files which are different, missing, or redundant.

Thread based, support for directory recursion, support for case insensitive files (Windows). The component makes use of the TNMFTP component which comes with Delphi 4 C/S and Delphi 5.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Exe demo: included
  • Size: 241kB

Platforms: D4, D5

TMailMerge v.1.3

Components > Internet > E-Mail

By Robert van Tilburg.

Freeware + source 06 Mar 2001

Description

A component which generates a datasource for a MS-Word mail merge, and it will merge the Word template document with the generated datasource. It works very easy, just setup the columns, add records to the component, add the document filename, and execute the 'merge' method. Tested with Word'97 and Word2000. Requires the Office Automation components of Delphi5 Enterprise.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Exe demo: included
  • Size: 219kB

Platforms: D5


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