DAC for EnterpriseDB FAQ

General Questions

What is DAC for EnterpriseDB?
DAC for EnterpriseDB is EnterpriseDB BDE replacement for Delphi/C++Builder, which allows to create Delphi/C++Builder applications with the direct access to EnterpriseDB without BDE and ODBC.
Where can I obtain a trial version of DAC for EnterpriseDB?

You can always download the latest version of DAC for EnterpriseDB at its Download Page.
What functionality limitations does the trial version of DAC for EnterpriseDB have?
The trial version of DAC for EnterpriseDB has no trial functionality limitations except a nag screen, appearing at establishing initial connection to the database.
How can I purchase DAC for EnterpriseDB?
The best way to purchase DAC for EnterpriseDB is to get online registration through a third party billing service provided by ShareIt. ShareIt also offers you offline ordering options - by phone, mail, fax, wire and PO (if applicable). Please find all the details at the Order Page.
What support is available for DAC for EnterpriseDB?
We provide our customers with efficient and high-professional e-mail support, which is absolutely free. Whether you have any questions about DAC for EnterpriseDB, or you want to report a bug, feel free to do it through the Support System.
How can I subscribe/unsubscribe to/from your newsletter?
To join the DAC for EnterpriseDB mailing list, please visit our Newsletter Page, fill the on-line form, select DAC for EnterpriseDB in the list of available products, and click Subscribe. The instructions on how to unsubscribe from the mailing list can be easily found in each newsletter mail.
What versions of Delphi/C++ Builder does DAC for EnterpriseDB support?
DAC for EnterpriseDB supports Delphi 5, 6, 7, Delphi 2006 Win32 edition and C++ Builder 5, 6.

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