- Borland Data Provider (BDP) for the Microsoft.NET Framework - by John Kaster - High-performance enterprise database development for ADO.NET.
- Delphi 2005 and ADO.NET database development - by Troy Kitch - Easy, reliable, and scalable data remoting services on ADO.NET using Borland® Delphi® 2005.
- Borland "Diamondback" Data Services over .NET Remoting - by Jason Vokes - Details on data remoting with the BorCon preview edition of "Diamondback", the next version of Delphi (2005).
- Data access performance in ADO.NET - by Ramesh Theivendran - This article introduces some of the basic data-access performance issues to consider while developing database applications using ADO.NET
- Building Distributed Database Applications in .NET Using BDP and DB2 UDB - by Ramesh Theivendran - This article uses the Borland Data Provider (BDP) for .NET that ships with Borland C#Builder for data access from IBM DB2 Universal Database (UDB). It introduces the basics of .NET remoting and shows how to remote data from one tier to another; and it shows how to convert the raw data into meaningful information, either by the clients updating the presented data or by running the data through some business rules on various tiers of the distributed application, using ADO.NET Dataset for data manipulation on the client.
- Borland Data Provider 2.5 Features - by Ramesh Theivendran, Principal Architect - This article introduces the Borland Data Provider 2.5 features that shipped with Delphi 2006.
- Delphi 8 ASP.NET Development, and Win32 migration, John Kaster (presented by Troy Kitch) - Delphi 8 ASP.NET Development, and Win32 migration.
- Migrating Borland® Delphi applications, by Bob Swart (aka Dr.Bob) - Migrating Borland® Delphi applications to the Microsoft® .NET Framework with Delphi 8.
- Connecting Borland C#Builder to DB2 UDB with Borland Data Providers for the Microsoft .NET Framework, by Bob Swart (aka Dr.Bob) - This article shows how to use Borland C#Builder Enterprise and the Borland Data Providers (BDP) for .NET to connect to the DB2 SAMPLE database. It shows how three of the four BDP for .NET components are used at design-time in a Rapid Application Development (RAD) way.
- Working with DB2 Universal Database Tables Using C#Builder With ADO.NET and BDP for .NET, by Bob Swart (aka Dr.Bob) - Working With DB2 Universal Database Tables Using C#Builder With ADO.NET and BDP for .NET.
- Working with DB2 stored procedures in Delphi 2005, by Bob Swart (aka Dr.Bob) - How to create and execute stored procedures with IBM DB2 UDB and Delphi 2005
- Understanding Delphi Data Access Options, by Cary Jense - Delphi 8 provides you with more data access options than any other Microsoft .NET Framework integrated development environment (IDE). Learn what your options are, including their advantages and limitations, in this comprehensive look at database development with Delphi 8.
- Deployment of Borland Data Provider (BDP) Applications, by Bob Swart - In this article explain and demonstrate the steps needed for the successful deployment of a Delphi 2005 application using the Borland Data Provider (BDP) to work with databases.
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