MyDAC is a library of components for direct access to MySQL from Delphi, C++Builder and Lazarus, supporting Windows, Mac OS X
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MyDAC (Data Access Components for MySQL) is a library of components that provides direct access to MySQL database servers from Embarcadero RAD Studio XE4/XE3/XE2/XE, Embarcadero RAD Studio 2010, CodeGear RAD Studio 2009/2007, Borland Developer Studio 2006, Turbo Delphi Professional, Turbo Delphi for .NET Professional, Turbo C++ Professional, Borland Delphi 2005, Borland Delphi 7/6/5, Borland C++Builder 6/5, Lazarus 1.0.8 and Free Pascal 2.6.2 for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, iOS, FreeBSD for 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. MyDAC, a high-performance and feature-rich MySQL connectivity solution, is an efficient native alternative to the Borland Database Engine for direct access to MySQL. The capability to connect to the most popular databases from iOS is added. MyDAC gives its users an opportunity to establish Direct Connection and get the fastest data access to databases. Now, DB-applications development is available with using Automatic Reference Counting or any other features of the new NEXTGEN compiler with no limits. By providing access to the most advanced database functionality, MyDAC allows developers to harness the full capabilities of the MySQL server and optimize their database applications. Key Features: - RAD Studio XE4 support. - NEXTGEN compiler support. - iOS development support. - Mac OS X development support. - Win64 development support. - Direct access to server data. No need to install other data provider layers. - VCL, LCL and FMX versions of library available. - Full support for the latest versions of MySQL and support for all MySQL data types. - Disconnected Model with automatic connection control for working with data offline. - Local Failover for detecting connection loss and implicit re-execution of certain operations. - All types of local sorting and filtering, including by calculated and lookup fields. - Supports many MySQL specific features, such as locking, SET and ENUM types.