We are happy to announce the latest and greatest release of our memory table. Whats new in 7.75.00 Apr 22 2017 -------------------------------- - Fixed bug in TkbmSQLTables.Delete. - Fixed support for AutoUpdateFieldVariables, and ensured that CreateTable will auto remove persistant fields. - Added RecordID:TkbmNativeInt and UniqueRecordID:TkbmNativeInt to TkbmCustomMemTable. - Fixed loading ftByte field data in binary streamformatter. - Added GetRecordFieldModified and SetRecordFieldModified which manages new record field level modified flag. - Added support for parsing anonymous parameters in SQL parser. - Added support for Delphi 10.2 Tokyo including full Linux support. - Added function GetAllFields:TkbmFieldArray to TkbmCustomDeltaHandler. Standard Edition is released with source to holders of an active kbmMemTable Service and Update subscription (SAU). Professional Edition is released with source and additional performance enhancement features to holders of an active kbmMW Pro/Ent Service and Update subscription (SAU). A free CodeGear Edition can be found bundled with kbmMW CodeGear Edition for specific Delphi versions. kbmMemTable supports the following development environments: Delphi 2009 Delphi 2010 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE2 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE3 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE4 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE5 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE6 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE7 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ XE8 RAD Studio Delphi/C++ 10 Seattle RAD Studio Delphi/C++ 10.1 Berlin RAD Studio Delphi/C++ 10.2 Tokyo Lazarus 1.2.4 with FPC 2.6.4 kbmMemTable is the premier high performance, high functionality in memory dataset for Delphi and C++Builder with kbmMemTable Professional topping the scales as being the worlds fastest! If you have an up to date Service and Update (SAU) subscription, then you can immediately visit https://portal.components4developers.com to download the latest kbmMemTable release. If not, please visit our shop at http://www.components4developers.com and extend your SAU with another 12 months.
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