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  1. Alberto Fornés

    Speed of Graphics32

    Years ago I was testing various possibilities to display points, lines, polygons, etc. on a map, with various libraries and OpenGL was the one who did it the fastest, perhaps showing text found worse performance.
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    Speed of Graphics32

    I think OpenGL can be a good option for this.
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    Firedac - Sqlite - DateTime field

    You are right (maybe you know something about FireDac 😀), previously I used this format to insert values: UPDATE FICHADAS SET HASTA = ' + QuotedStr(FormatDateTime('dd-mm-yyyy HH:nn',FDMemTbCSV.FieldByName('Fecha').AsDateTime)) Now it works with this (using DateTimeFormat driver parameter to DateTime): 'UPDATE FICHADAS SET HASTA = ' + QuotedStr(FormatDateTime('yyyy-mm-dd HH:nn',FDMemTbCSV.FieldByName('Fecha').AsDateTime)) what made me doubt was seeing that with SQLiteStudio 3.2.1 it was possible to see the data (there was no error in the update, I imagine because it is finally a double). Thank you.
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    Firedac - Sqlite - DateTime field

    Hello Dmitry, thanks for your response, but changing DateTimeFormat driver parameter to Binary or DateTime the grid don't show me this two datetime fields data, also I tried this select: SELECT FICHADAS.IDFICHADA,FICHADAS.IDEMPLEADO,FICHADAS.DESDE AS "FDESDE::DATETIME",FICHADAS.HASTA AS "FHASTA::DATETIME" , but get the same behaivor.
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    Firedac - Sqlite - DateTime field

    I have created a table with firedac using sqlite as database, using this script: CREATE TABLE FICHADAS (IDFICHADA INTEGER PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT,IDJORNADA INTEGER,IDEMPLEADO INTEGER,DESDE DATETIME ,HASTA DATETIME ,MINORMAL SMALLINT,MINEXTRA SMALLINT) Therefore I define the DESDE and HASTA fields as datetime, I can insert into the table as datetime fields and when I put a TFDTable component bound to the table it recognizes the fields as TDateTimeField, but when I try to visualize it in a TDBGrid it does not show anything in those two fields and nothing appears if I run the select on the connection editor: but using SQLiteStudio 3.2.1 , I can see the data: I guess I need to configure something in Firedac to work with these fields, but I can't know what, any suggestions? Thanks.
  6. Hello, which tool do you use to do this enumeration?, thanks.
  7. Alberto Fornés

    Your RAD Studio 10.4 Sydney issues

    Also I see that "in order to proceed", and in Project --> Options a label 'Panel1' is displayed until you click the left menú.
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    Install recent Delphi versions on Windows XP

    I have installs with Delphi 10.3.3 on Windows XP, some problems with vcl themes (datatime picker don't work), so I don't use it with that SO, but it works.
  9. Alberto Fornés

    JFF: FMX + FR + HTML

    Ok, thanks. As your library is good rendering HTML, I suggest the posibility to render widgets within a report, maybe not only complete HTML documents , so also div sections, tables or parts of html. Something like include a widget that point to a server url that return only a <table></table> code and render it, adapting dimensions within report.
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    JFF: FMX + FR + HTML

    I imagine that this feature improves the basic HTML rendering within fastreport, it can be used with dynamic HTML content?, I mean HTML generated from a server as svg graphics or content with variable dimensions?
  11. Hello, I am in the process of organizing how I save information from a estimate - orders system . Normally one thought of a master table (customer, total quantities, discount, taxes, etc.), and one or two detail tables with the items that make up the order (code, quantity, price, discounts, etc). In this case the information that makes up the detail is quite complex, and depends on many variables and it is possible that it is frequently reviewed. That's why I was thinking instead of defining a table with a multitude of fields, saving all the information in a json document. My question would be what experiences or inconveniences can you share and recommend about it. In my case, the database is Firebird and I would save the information in a blob field, I know there are other databases better prepared to handle JSON fields, but it is a change that if I can, I prefer not to do it. I imagine that the topic of the querys will be a weak point of working with json, but maybe I can solve it with support tables with certain indexed fields.
  12. Alberto Fornés

    [Firedac] Connection Pooling

    Well and the end I call this method FDManager.Open; I think do the same (not sure). Anyway after trying a lot of changes, I can do the job creating the connection by code and assigning the connection definition before connect: Connect:= TFDConnection.Create(nil); Connect.Params.DriverID:= driverDB; Connect.ConnectionDefName:= defConn; also I've changed how to set the username and password: //before I use this: Connect.Params.Values['Database']:= TServerConfig.DataPath('DB') + TServerConfig.DBName; Connect.Params.Values['Password']:= PwdFirebird; Connect.Params.Values['UserName']:= UserDB; //and change to this: Connect.Params.Database:= TServerConfig.DataPath('DB') + TServerConfig.DBName; Connect.Params.Password:= PwdFirebird; Connect.Params.UserName:= UserDB; With this changes it works.
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    [Firedac] Connection Pooling

    Hi, I'm trying to establish a connection to Firebird, using the connection pool. In my project I have several datamodules, which I create and destroy continuously. The first datamodule that is created reads the connection configuration, connects (this does it well) and then saves the parameters of this connection in the connection definition (I use the folowing code): Connect is a TFDConnection component var oDef: IFDStanConnectionDef: = FDManager.ConnectionDefs.AddConnectionDef; oDef.Name:= defConn; oDef.Params.Pooled: = true; oDef.Params.DriverID: = 'FB'; oDef.Params.Database: = Connect.Params.Values ['Database']; oDef.Params.Password: = Connect.Params.Values ['Password']; oDef.Params.UserName: = Connect.Params.Values ['UserName']; oDef.Params.Values ['ExtendedMetadata']: = 'true'; oDef.Params.Values ['CharacterSet']: = 'UTF8'; Then, when I open other datamodules, the first thing I do is assign the definition of the connection, and then I connect, but this gives an error it seems that it does not assign the user and password correctly: Connect is the TFDConnection component of the new created datamodule Connect.ConnectionDefName: = defConn; Connect.Connected: = true; (this gives connection error) Any suggestions of things to review and / or change?, thanks Note: The datamodule where I set the connection parameters and establish the connection definition, is also destroyed after read and apply this settings.
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    The Embarcadero GetIt server could not be reached...

    I'm working with 10.2.3 , try to install Ribbon package with original GetIt server and return error during install (internal check error). Note: today 16/08/2019 I can install the Ribbon packege, ¡it worked¡
  15. I asked this question this afternoon in a Embarcadero Webminar and received this answer :
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