In this section we present some example projects, in Delphi, which illustrate some of the more commonly used features of a DBMS.  Each of these projects is intended to illustrate a straightforward way of implementing a common task.  There are many ways to do each of these (for instance, with table creation we use the standard TDef's approach rather than the TnxDataDictionary object) and the way chosen is usually for familiarity with the BDE way.  Naturally there are also a number of projects that illustrate NexusDB specific features such as Memory Tables and the Block Mode operations.

We only include the most essential examples in this manual. For many more example please visit our Code Depot. For up to date FAQ please the FAQ section of our web site.

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