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Wes Peterson
1. Employee Handbook Writer: Prestwood Portfolio

Prestwood specializes in custom business solutions.

Employee Handbook Writer, distributed by the California Chamber of Commerce, was a particularly challenging project with very gratifying results.

Posted to KB Topic: Prestwood Portfolio
11 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(2 Comments , last by Wes )

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Wes Peterson
2. TADOTable: When The Obvious Can Be Wrong!

With the introduction of support for ADO Database access, Borland gave us TADOTable, a quick, easy-to-use component to begin the job of outfitting an existing application with a newer database. But TADOTable is no TTable! It comes with some baggage you can do without.

Posted to KB Topic: ADO
12 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Jack.P )

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3. BDE Best Practices: Safely Use Paradox Tables

Use a file server (not a workstation) to store your data, disable Oplocks on the filer server, and configure the BDE (local share to true and optimize if desired). Finally, if workstations are crashing, fix em so they don't. You want clean running computers that don't crash.

Posted to KB Topic: Paradox Tables
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
(3 Comments , last by Pavel.S )

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4. DBISAM Database Maintenance Techniques DBISAM is a fantastic database for Delphi (or C++ Builder) projects. Don't let the name fool you: This database has great SQL support. Among its many features are the flexibility offered by its database maintenance routines.
Posted to KB Topic: Using Data
13 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
(3 Comments , last by franco_p )

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5. Databases: Which are Best? Which databases Prestwood Software prefers - and why.
Posted to KB Topic: DBA & Data
14 years ago, and updated 12 years ago
(1 Entries , last by mprestwood )

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Wes Peterson
ElevateDB - A Compelling Choice
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: DB Other & Misc. « DBA Board
14 years ago
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adamlum
Wes has always had nothing but praise for DBISAM but it has only been available for Borland products such as Delphi and C++ Builder, IDE's I don't use, so I haven't had the opportunity to try it out first hand.  I am definitely looking forward to trying out ElevateDB with Visual Studio 2005.
14 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
New Moderator: Wes Peterson
News: Wes Peterson is our newest Delphi moderator. He's also a new employee here at Prestwood and his specialties include Delphi and embedded databases such as dbiSam. I'm sure he'll introduce himself in the member introductions area with a bit more detail.
Posted to MB Topic: Just Conversation « PrestwoodBoards Board
13 years ago
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mprestwood
Again, Welcome Wes!! You are doing one hell of a job. Thanks for everything..
13 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
9/1 Brown Bag - Action Lists, Inheritance, Friendl
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Posted to MB Topic: Coding Division « Staff Board
13 years ago
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mprestwood
Wes,, , Excellent. Let chat about this at our next brown bag. I've never used it but I remember you told me a bit a about it. I'd like you to tell us what it's used for and essentially how it works., , I'm very curious about that topic., , Mike Mike Prestwood
13 years ago
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scnuss
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I am Suzanne c nuss. have been developing in Paradox since 1985 or so(my memory is going) anyway, PdoxDos 3.5. FIrst as borland developer... then as corel developer. Our current manifestation is [URL=http://www.midnightSunComputing.com.]www.midnightSunComputing.com.[/URL] Yes, ok, I can use the midnightSun name, I grew up in Uranium mines, including Port Radium, 20 miles south of the Artic Circle. Yep. Canadian, but based in Pittsburgh, Pa right now (with a branch in Moncton, NB, CA) , , We(I) have developed full systems, including schedulers etc. eg. full cathlab applications. We are now working with Mental health applications, with client in different countries (bermuda, US at this moment). We combine paradox apps with Delphi - using Delphi/DBISAM to go back and forth, so that we can put standalone apps (eg. crisis information) on PenDrives, plus communicate with our Paradox networked applications., , peace
13 years ago
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rt
Welcome and pleae do join in on anything of interest., , I see you have been working with "Mental health applications" ... that could be quite appropriate here at times Eek! Geek Alert! Roll Eyes ...
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ebateman
"Table Missing Tablename Property "Error
I, or users of code I have written have seen this error message pop up while running the programs I have written. I can't imagine why. It seems to me that these table names are hard-coded into the executable. (Two different programs, one using Paradox Tables, one using DBISAM) I hardly know where to begin looking for the problem. Any ideas?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Single User Apps « Delphi Board
14 years ago
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