The ORM in kbmMW continues to evolve. The upcoming release contains some new nice features that makes it easy to fetch adjacent data from other joined tables, but all defined by Delphi model style classes. To illustrate the new features, lets think that we have a small bank, and we want to keep track of […]
The new kbmMW Features blog post serie will talk about various smaller, but useful, features within kbmMW. This blog will be about the new upcoming TkbmMWPrettyBinary class found in kbmMWGlobal.pas.
kbmMW’s logging framework has for quite a while had the ability to convert binary data to “pretty” readable string data. Since such a feature can have broader use cases, I decided to extract it from the logging framework into a selfcontained class of its own.
This blog post will focus on one way of augmenting data returned from a database using the ORM, serving this as a wellformed XML result to REST client’s using as little code as possible. kbmMW’s ORM is pretty good at fetching data from a database based on a class. Sometimes we want to augment the […]
In previous articles we have seen how easy it is to use kbmMW’s ORM to maintain database structures and access and manipulate data. Next release of kbmMW continues to extend on the ORM with additional features designed to make typical chores easy. Most often, you want records to disappear from a table the moment you […]
We are happy to announce the latest and greatest release of our memory table. Whats new in 7.77.10 September 16 2017 Added support for SQL DDL statements: LIST TABLES, LIST INDEXES FOR TABLE xxx, DESCRIBE TABLE xxx, DESCRIBE INDEX xxx FOR TABLE xxx and some variations (ON instead of FOR, TABLE keyword optional in INDEX statement). […]