Paradox 9 Power Programming: The Official Guide will teach developers how to optimize the new features in Paradox 9. Using real-world examples and step-by-step instructions, this book will teach developers to build robust database applications. It will cover key components such as ObjectPAL, Database Design, Object-based Programming, SQL, Crosstabs, Graphs, Application Framework, Runtime, and much more. Among the contents, the book will teach programmers how to do the following: -- Enhance Business Database Applications-- Publish Forms and Reports Statically or Dynamically to the Web-- Add Single-click URL Hyperlinks Directly to Applications-- Use Single-user, Client-server, and N-tier Application Architechture.-- Build Intuitive SQL Queries Easily with Query by Example or the New Visual Query Builder-- Distribute Applications with Paradox's Runtime and Distribution Expert-- Bind Forms and Reports into Applications -- Including Menus, Toolbars, and Linked Help Files -- using Application Framework.
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The Most Complete Guide to Programming in Paradox
The official developer's guide to ObjectPAL
Build robust database applications with Paradox 9--the latest version of Corel's innovative database management system. Using real-world examples and step-by-step instructions, Paradox 9 Power Programming explains how to use the key components of Paradox programming, including ObjectPAL, Database Design, Object-Based Programming, SQL, Crosstabs, Graphs, Application Framework, Runtime, and Distribution Expert. With help from this official guide, you'll be able to develop custom enterprise database applications as well as publish your data on the Web easily. Maximize the power of Paradox--today!
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Mike A. Prestwood (Antelope, CA) is the president of Prestwood Software & Consulting. Mike has extensive knowledge and experience in working with Paradox in the business world. Mike is also the author of Paradox 7 Programming Unleashed and What Every Paradox 5 for Windows Should Know both for Macmillan.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110072119365