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Delphi In Depth: FireDAC Download - A Comprehensive Guide to Accessing Data with Delphi
Delphi In Depth: FireDAC is a book by Cary Jensen that covers everything you need to know about using FireDAC, the powerful data access framework for Delphi. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this book will help you master the features and capabilities of FireDAC, such as connecting to different databases, executing queries and stored procedures, working with transactions and concurrency, handling errors and exceptions, and much more.
In this article, we will show you how to download the book and the accompanying source code from the publisher's website. You will also learn how to install and configure FireDAC on your Delphi IDE, and how to run the examples from the book.
How to Download Delphi In Depth: FireDAC
To download the book and the source code, you need to visit the publisher's website at https://www.jensendatasystems.com/delphi-in-depth-firedac. There you will find a link to purchase the book in PDF format. After you complete the payment process, you will receive an email with a download link and a password to access the file.
The source code for the book is available for free on the same website. You can download it as a ZIP file that contains the projects and units for each chapter of the book. You will need to extract the ZIP file to a folder of your choice on your computer.
How to Install and Configure FireDAC
FireDAC is included in Delphi 10.4 Sydney and later versions. If you have an older version of Delphi, you may need to install FireDAC separately. You can download FireDAC from Embarcadero's website at https://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/firedac. There you will find instructions on how to install and activate FireDAC on your Delphi IDE.
After installing FireDAC, you need to configure it for your database platform. FireDAC supports many databases, such as Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, InterBase, Firebird, MongoDB, and more. To configure FireDAC for your database, you need to use the FireDAC Connection Editor, which is a tool that allows you to create and manage connection definitions for different databases. You can access the FireDAC Connection Editor from the Tools menu in Delphi.
In the FireDAC Connection Editor, you can create a new connection definition by clicking on the New button. You will need to specify a name for your connection definition, and select your database driver from the Driver ID drop-down list. Then you will need to enter the connection parameters for your database, such as server name, port number, user name, password, database name, etc. You can test your connection by clicking on the Test button. If everything is OK, you can save your connection definition by clicking on the Save button.
How to Run the Examples from Delphi In Depth: FireDAC
To run the examples from Delphi In Depth: FireDAC, you need to open the project files that correspond to each chapter of the book. You can find them in the folder where you extracted the source code ZIP file. For example, if you want to run the examples from Chapter 3 - Connecting to Databases, you need to open the project file named Ch03.dproj.
Before running the examples, you need to make sure that your connection definitions match those used in the book. You can check and modify them by using the FireDAC Explorer tool, which is a tool that allows you to browse and edit connection definitions and datasets. You can access the FireDAC Explorer from the View menu in Delphi.
In the FireDAC Explorer, you can select a connection definition from the left pane, and see its properties and datasets in the right pane. You can edit any property or dataset by double-clicking on it. You can also execute queries and stored procedures by using the SQL Script tool or the Stored Proc tool.
After setting up your connection definitions correctly, you can run the examples by pressing F9 or clicking on th