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Product: kbmMW
Vendor: Components4Developers
Version: 3.51 Data Aware Controls: TDataSet
Web Site: http://www.components4developers.com/ Support Delphi Vers: 5 - 7 2005 - 2010 XE
Source Available: Yes Supports C++B Vers: 6 2007 2009 2010 XE

Description: kbmMW InControl is a very flexible, advanced, but easy to use tool to easily keeping track on the health of application servers, their configuration and more.
Deployment:
Modes of
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primary intended
use(s).
Local: Yes
Multiuser File Server:
Multiuser Client/Server:
Web Server:

Package(s) Available: Price:
kbmMW Spider US$238
kbmMW Professional Edition US$478
kbmMW Enterprise Edition US$838

Database/File Format Supported Native? Via Notes
Proprietary No

Third Party Tool Compatibility: Compatible?
(Delphi) Database Explorer Unknown
Ace Reporter Yes
InfoPower Yes
Orpheus (TurboPower) Unknown
QuickReports Yes
RAVE Reports Yes
ReportBuilder Pro Yes

Vendor's Description (from Readme files, web site, etc.):

kbmMW™ support different database backends directly without you having to write any code. Thus if you need to perform a SQL query you will do it much the same way you are used to in a normal 2-tier setup. The specialized client and server service classes will handle everything for you.
Further, kbmMW™ contains advanced connection pooling on both client to server and server to database, caching of result sets on both client to server and server to database and much more.
The database handling with its advanced caching and connectionpooling can aciually be used in 2-tier (Client/Server) setups aswell without using the remaining part of kbmMW™ giving you freedom in creating your application or web application the way you want to.
kbmMW™ contains countless features to integrate with the world, and can mimic as a SOAP server, a WEB server, a AJAX server, a AMF3 server and much more. It also contains one of the most advanced messaging framework for Delphi/C++Builder/Kylix, supporting multiple topologies incl. Peer 2 Peer, Hub/Spoke and Broadcast using Publish/Subscribe based messaging via multiple types of fully developer accessible and configurable message queues.



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