TEstSearchDialogs

Searchdialogs arose from an idea by Eric ten Westenend to allow adding search capabilities to a database application in an easy way. Not reprogramming a search functionality over and over again, not several different implementations of searching throughout the application, no per-application solution anymore. A standard way of searching that is easy to use for the end-user and easy to implement for the programmer.

While Eric was able to develop his idea to quite a professional level, I still saw possibilities to extend the idea. I also wanted to allow other Delphi developers to use the powerful solution freely. Erik Stok search dialogs is what resulted.

Sourceforge

This project is managed via SourceForge. The SourceForge projectpage shows additional information about the project. Also bugreports can be made via this page.

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Latest versions of the components (visit sourceforge for earlier versions):

Source only

 

Version 1.2.0.1

Standard components (DB express, ADO, Interbase express and BDE).

 

Version 1.2.0.1 zeos

Zeos implementation. Compatible with Zeos DBO 6.1.5, stable release.

 

Version 1.2.0.1 flashfiler

FlashFiler 2 implementation. Compatible with FlashFiler 2, package version 2.13.

 

Version 1.2.0.1 nexus

Nexus DB implementation. Compatible with Nexus 1.0.8.

 

Version 1.2.0.1 fib

FIB plus implementation. Compatible with FIB plus 6.0.
This implementation has been created by Marc Geldon.

 

Version 1.2.0.1 DBISAMExt

DBISAM Extension implementation. Compatible with DBISAM 4.18, package version 1.60.
This implementation has been created by Mischa de Jager.

 

Version 1.2.0.1 Jedi Unified InterBase

Jedi Unified Interbase implementation. Compatible with Jvcl 3.00.

Installer

 

Version 1.2.1 demo

Demo application showing what the components are all about.

 

Version 1.2.0.1 install

Standard components (DB express, ADO, Interbase express and BDE).

Extras

Source only

 

Midas implementation

This is the first attempt to create a midas (datasnap) implementation of the search dialog. For now it is very simple, straightforward and not secure at all, but it works. A demo application should be added to demonstrate how to implement this (will be added later). Remember, this is still a beta.

 

Help file

Unfinished, but maybe good enough to help you on your way.

Credits

Special thanks for the contributions of: Alice Dijkstra, Frank van Boven and Marc Geldon.