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ID: 23722, MidWare multi-tier framework for Delphi and CBuilder

by Francois Piette (OverByte) Email: Anonymous

MidWare is a set of component to build multi-tiers client/server applications using TCP/IP communication and Borland Delphi or CBuilder.
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MidWare is a set of component to build multi-tiers client/server applications using TCP/IP communication.

There are components for server side and other components for client side. MidWare take care of communication between client and server.

At server side, you write your business rules in so called "TServerObject". Your application server is just MidWare AppServer and RequestBroker components with a collection of your TServerObject implementing your business rules. You can access any database type you like. Midware is not tied to any. You simply use your favorite database component.

At client side, you have a component to connect to the application server. It is used to send or query data. There is another TDataSet derived component which will do the interface between MidWare and your standard data-aware components (such as DBGrid and DBEdit) you use to build the user interface.

Client build with MidWare are thin client with zero installation. No BDE is required, nor any database component.

MidWare works equaly well on a LAN/WAN or on the internet. It uses a single TCP port and can be used accross a SOCKS proxy.

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