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User Defined Functions with InterBase

InterBase has several built in functions that developers can use to create and optimize SQL queries. In some situations though, you may find yourself needing to expand queries or work with more complex queries that include string, date and statistical functions. InterBase’s way to resolve this problem is by supporting libraries or user defined functions or UDFs. UDFs are programs for performing…
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Using InterBase Change Views

With Change Views, you have this patented method to work with that is a lot easier to develop and scale for your customer base. Using InterBase Change Views, you can now identify specifically what deltas have changed at the field level. Change views are a subscription based model used to subscribe to some data and identify what data has changed in your InterBase database.  You create a…
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How ISV’s Drive Innovation with InterBase

I recently ran a webinar, alongside Mary Kelly, discussing how InterBase ISV’s are innovating faster while improving profitability and return on investment through using InterBase. Following up on that webinar, I wanted to summarise some of the points…
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Migrating from BDE/Paradox to InterBase

Since the release of Delphi and C++Builder 10.4, we have created more ways for developers to easily migrate and upgrade their existing legacy applications from Borland Delphi and C++Builder to new modernized versions.  While there are many reasons why one should upgrade to the newer version, sometimes it doesn’t sound like the most feasible idea. It can be a daunting task when you consider…
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Using InterBase ToGo to Secure Mobile Data

In previous years, we have seen an increasing interest in mobile computing that provides support for the growing number of remote workers, and 2020 has drawn a lot of attention to these business apps. Remote workers have the requirements of working from an “office” that…
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Learn How to Utilize User Defined Functions In InterBase Efficiently

UDF is a User Defined Functions in InterBase. They are similar to stored procedures. The difference is that instead of writing stuff in SQL and execute it in the database, we are loading functionality from DLLs. In this CodeRage session, you will learn how to create User Defined Functions in InterBase. Why you should use UDFs? Can perform functions that are not normally…
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