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Product: Titan Database Interface for Microsoft Access databases
Vendor: Reggatta Systems
Version: 2009 Data Aware Controls: Standard
Web Site: http://www.reggatta.com Support Delphi Vers: 2 3 4 5 6 7 2005 2006 2007 2009
Source Available: Yes Supports C++B Vers: 1

Description: Titan provides a set of components which can access Microsoft Access databases.
Deployment: Compiles into your EXE. Require Jet/DAO.
Modes of

Check indicates
primary intended
Local: Yes
Multiuser File Server: Yes
Multiuser Client/Server: If you use it to access a third-party server via an ODBC driver.
Web Server:

Package(s) Available: Price:
Titan Database Interface(tm) for Microsoft Access(r) $395.00

Database/File Format Supported Native? Via Notes
Access (MDB) Yes

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

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

Titan is a high performance database interface interface for Code Gear's Delphi and C++ Builder development tools. This release provides access to Microsoft Access(r) databasses.
Titan Database Interface for Microsoft Access databases provides taTable, taQuery, taDatabase, taSession components to use in your application.
Titan Database Interface for Microsoft Access databases requires the Access Jet Engine (DAO). In order to use Titan, you'll need to have the Microsoft Access Jet Database Engine found in Access 95 or later. When you ship your application, you'll need to make sure the machine you are installing onto has the DAO, which you can license from Microsoft if you need to. Does not support use in multi-threaded applications. Just like the BDE Access driver, Titan Access does not allow you to call the Access engine from a thread. This is a limitation built into Access itself, not Titan. You can work around this limitation by having your threads call a function in your main thread.

Key Features

  • Titan works with the data-aware controls found in Delphi™ and C++ Builder™
  • Titan allows you to see your data live at design-time, just like the Codegear (Borland) Database Engine (BDE) does
  • Titan makes native engine calls to the underlying database API to provide the fastest performance
  • No Titan Runtime License Fees
  • Source Code Version now included!
  • The Titan Database Interface allows multiple engines to operate at the same time

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