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How to Deploy RAD Server And InterBase on The Same Linux Machine

If you want to deploy RAD Server on a Linux environment (on-premise or cloud-based) it is mandatory to deploy an instance of InterBase as well because it is the database used by RAD Server to store all its internal data. This is quite straightforward in most cases, and you can even do it using Docker if you want, but what if you need to deploy RAD Server and your own InterBase instance on just…
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Advanced Programming - A Complete Guide To Programming In C++

Table of Contents A Complete Guide To Advanced Programming In C++Pointers, Linked Lists and Sort AlgorithmsIteratorsLambda ExpressionsVectorsOptionalTemplatesA Complete Guide To Programming In C++ with DatabasesIntroduction to Modern Databases and ConnectionsA Complete Guide To Professional Programming In C++Professional TopicsDownload RAD Studio 11 nowSee what’s new in RAD Studio 11 A Complete…
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Using FireDAC Connection Pooling with RAD Server

Table of Contents Connection Pooling MeaningThe FireDAC Connection Pooling MechanismConnection Pooling with RAD Server (EMS)Running a stress test with our demo project Connection Pooling Meaning A connection pool is a cache of database connections maintained so that the connections can be reused when future requests to the database are required. Connection pools are used to enhance the…
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InterBase Database Encryption - How To Do It

InterBase Encryption is supported starting with InterBase 2009. InterBase enables you to encrypt information at one or both of the following levels: Database Level Encryption (InterBase encrypts all of the database pages that contain user information). Column Level Encryption (Column-level encryption is more flexible and specific). Using InterBase Database Encryption you can also encrypt…
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