People has asked about how to use the HTTP.sys transport (TkbmMWHTTPSysServerTransport). First… what is HTTP.sys
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.
This is priarely a bugfix release, but it also includes a new ISAPI REST server
With next release, kbmMW REST servers will be able to be hosted under Microsoft
We are happy to announce v5.05.50 of our popular middleware for Delphi and C++Builder. If you
This is a fix release that is a prerequisite for kbmMW v. 5.05.00: Added support
Continuing on the previous LINQ post, I’ll in this post show how to return an object instance or a list of objects as result from a LINQ operation using kbmMW Linq.
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.
In the upcoming release, the logging feature will have been improved in various ways. One of the new inclusions is the TkbmMWVirtualLogManager and its interface IkbmMWVirtualLogManager.
The virtual log manager can for example be used for logging select logs to a database, which this short blog will focus on.
LINQ… what is LINQ? Well its a term used in C# which means Language Integrated