The new kbmMW Features blog post serie will talk about various smaller, but useful, features within kbmMW. This blog will be about the TkbmMWDateTime structure, which is a TDateTime on stereoids. A plain TDateTime is essentially nothing but a double sized floating point value. It stores the number of days (and a fraction of a […]
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 […]
People has asked about how to use the HTTP.sys transport (TkbmMWHTTPSysServerTransport). First… what is HTTP.sys thing? It is the foundation for Microsofts Internet Information Server. Its an internal Windows kernel level backbone that handles all communication with browser clients when they are accessing IIS based web servers. The interesting part is that HTTP.sys is default […]
The new kbmMW Features blog post serie will talk about various smaller, but useful, features within kbmMW.
This blog will actually be about a quite big feature, namely kbmMW’s Remote Desktop features which is part of kbmMW Enterprise Edition.
There exists various ways to interact with your computer when you are not at home. To mention a few, VNC (Tight, Real, Ultra etc), GotoMyPC, LogMeIn, TeamViewer and obviously Windows own RemoteDesktop.
But kbmMW’s Remote Desktop is a worthy competitor to them all for no additional cost when you have kbmMW Enterprise Edition. And it performs just as good as the above products, but with even much lower CPU usage.
With next release, kbmMW REST servers will be able to be hosted under Microsoft Internet Information Server by compiling the REST server as an ISAPI dll. This blog explains how to make such a dll, how to setup IIS under Win10 to be able to run it, and how to debug it from within […]
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 v5.03 of our popular middleware for Delphi and C++Builder. If you like kbmMW, please let others know! Share the word! We strive hard to ensure kbmMW continues to set the bar for what an n-tier product must be capable of in the real world! This release is fairly large and brings several […]
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). […]
I had to tell my day job employer last week, that he should expect me to be only half as wise from this Wednesday and in all future. Obviously that got some attention. The potential issues with employing a previously “full wit” but now halfwit, who expect no change in the salary, the potential issues […]