Download DBISAM v4.95B5 Client-Server for DXE-D10.4 Sydney x86 & x64 Retail (The Standard for Replacing the BDE)

Download DBISAM v4.95B5 Client-Server for DXE-D10.4 Sydney x86 & x64 Retail (The Standard for Replacing the BDE)

Version: 4.95B5
Product Release Date: September 9, 2021
Download Dbisam V4.95B5 Client-Server For Dxe-D10.4 Sydney X86 & X64 Retail (The Standard For Replacing The Bde)
DBISAM is the standard for replacing the BDE in Delphi or C++Builder applications. It has been deployed to thousands of locations worldwide and can be branded so that no one knows that DBISAM is being used.
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DBISAM is the standard for replacing the BDE in Delphi or C++Builder applications. It has been implemented in thousands of locations across the globe and can be branded so that no one knows that DBISAM is being utilized.


DBISAM is intended to be integrated into a pre-packaged database application and can be installed quickly and easily. The DBISAM Database Server is a single EXE (~1.8MB), only needs a single INI text file for configuration, and can be run as an application or Windows service. The source code to the DBISAM Database Server is included in every purchase, so it can be re-branded if necessary. The DBISAM client-side code can be compiled directly into Delphi and C++Builder applications. It is also accessible as an ODBC Driver in the form of a single DLL (~1.5MB) for applications that can use ODBC for data access. DBISAM client code can also transparently switch between local, single-user, client/server, and multi-user usage.

It can automatically create all necessary files whenever they are required. DBISAM offers reverse-engineering facilities that let you easily create creation SQL scripts and Delphi/C++Builder code that can be executed during installation to create any necessary tables and indexes transparently.

After installation, DBISAM is not fragile and cannot be made inoperable by another application’s installation process. Many database engines are extremely sensitive to configuration changes and need constant attention from an administrator.

It has been utilized in retail POS, hospital management, physician and dentist practice management, tax preparation, payroll service, government and public court system management, and website applications, to name a few. These applications require constant up-time and consistent performance for the application vendor to succeed. It can help bring the same type of success to your database application.


DBISAM Features:

  • Switch between direct local access to databases and remote access to a DBISAM database server using a few property changes.
  • Server-side procedures for the DBISAM database server
  • Online backup and restore
  • Scheduled server events for the DBISAM database server
  • Full user-based security for the DBISAM database server
  • Remote administrative control over a DBISAM database server
  • Support for keep-alive pinging and connection-less session architectures with dead session expiry times in the DBISAM database server
  • Configurable compression and strong encryption support for remote access to a DBISAM database server
  • Custom engine signatures for prohibiting access to tables, streams, backups, and database servers from a generic DBISAM
  • Logical record numbers that show the exact position of a record in relation to total records
  • Partial index key searches and ranges
  • Accurate record counts
  • Subset of SQL-92 supported, including a query optimizer, live and canned result sets, parameterized queries, query progress events, scripts, and extended SQL syntax for DBISAM-specific features
  • Complete expression filter support, including a filter optimizer and filters using the same syntax as SQL, including extended operators such as LIKE and BETWEEN and functions
  • Default maximum file size of 4 GB per physical file as part of a logical table with extended support for files up to 128 GB (Microsoft Windows only)
  • Buffered, read-committed transactions
  • Automatic free space recycling for data records, index pages, and BLOB blocks
  • Primary and secondary indices with support for case-insensitive, descending, and unique attributes, including mixed ascending and descending key fields
  • Configurable index key compression
  • Encryption of tables with passwords (strong crypto)
  • User-defined versioning of tables
  • User-defined semaphore locking
  • Shareable in-memory tables that are identical to disk-based tables
  • Support for native Delphi field types, including BCD, BLOB, GUID, and auto-increment field types
  • Configurable block sizes for BLOBs
  • Configurable page sizes for indices
  • NULL support
  • Minimum, Maximum, and Required constraints and default values and character-case specifiers for fields
  • Long field names and field and table descriptions for reference purposes
  • Built-in table verification and repair capabilities with progress and log events
  • Built-in table creation and structure alteration capabilities with progress and data conversion events
  • Built-in table optimization capabilities with progress events
  • Native import and export to and from delimited text files
  • Automatic record locking and manual table locking
  • Automatic change detection with configurable change detection policy
  • Complete cache management, including intelligent read-ahead record buffering, index page buffering, BLOB block buffering, and optimized, serialized writes
  • Automatic read-only support for CD-ROMs, including optimized buffering
  • Full-text indexing with support for optimized word searches that is fully configurable per table with stop words, space characters, and include characters.