Using BDE-enabled Datasets
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BDE-enabled datasets use the Borland Database Engine (BDE) to access data. They inherit the common dataset capabilities described in Understanding Datasets - Overview, using the BDE to provide the implementation. In addition, all BDE datasets add properties, events, and methods for:
There are three BDE-enabled datasets:
- TTable, a table type dataset that represents all of the rows and columns of a single database table. See Using TTable for a description of features unique to TTable.
- TQuery, a query-type dataset that encapsulates a SQL statement and enables applications to access the resulting records, if any. See Using TQuery for a description of features unique to TQuery.
- TStoredProc, a stored procedure-type dataset that executes a stored procedure that is defined on a database server. See Using TStoredProc for a description of features unique to TStoredProc.