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If you are a FireDAC beginner, please read:

If you are an AnyDAC user and you need to migrate your code base, please see:

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Topic Description
Overview FireDAC is a unique set of Universal Data Access Components for developing multi-device database applications for Object Pascal, and Appmethod C++. With its powerful common architecture, FireDAC enables native high-speed direct access from Object Pascal to Interbase, SQLite, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, SQL Anywhere, Access, Firebird, Informix and more.
Getting Started A set of articles introducing FireDAC.
Architecture A set of articles describing FireDAC architecture, including the components set, supported DBMSs and supported tools.
Working with Connections A set of articles describing how to setup database drivers and manage database connections with FireDAC.
Working with Commands A set of articles describing how to execute SQL commands with FireDAC, exchange data and metadata.
Working with DataSets A set of articles describing how to work with FireDAC dataset classes, including how to edit the dataset content.
Editing Data A set of articles describing how to use FireDAC to edit the dataset data, post changes to a database and setup the updates posting.
Working with Metadata A set of articles describing how to work with database metadata in FireDAC. The metadata contains information about database structure.
Working with DBMS A set of articles describing how to work with a specific database from a FireDAC application.
Preparing FireDAC application for run-time This topic explains the use of the TFDGUIxWaitCursor component and the TFDPhys*DriverLink family of components in a FireDAC application.
Multi-Device Development A set of articles describing how to use FireDAC for multi-device development for Mac OS X, iOS, and Android.
Migrating to FireDAC A set of articles describing how to migrate a database application to FireDAC.
Debugging and Support A set of articles explaining how to debug FireDAC applications.
Deploying A set of articles explaining how to deploy FireDAC applications.
Utilities A list of FireDAC utilities, their usage details and command line parameters.
Database Connectivity A list of DBMSs supported by FireDAC and the corresponding connection definition parameters.
FAQ A list of FireDAC-related frequently asked questions.


Topic Description
Overview FireDAC is a unique set of Universal Data Access Components for developing multi-device database applications for Object Pascal, and Appmethod C++. With its powerful common architecture, FireDAC enables native high-speed direct access from Object Pascal to Interbase, SQLite, MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, SQL Anywhere, Access, Firebird, Informix and more.
Getting Started A set of articles introducing FireDAC.
Architecture A set of articles describing FireDAC architecture, including the components set, supported DBMSs and supported tools.
Working with Connections A set of articles describing how to setup database drivers and manage database connections with FireDAC.
Working with Commands A set of articles describing how to execute SQL commands with FireDAC, exchange data and metadata.
Working with DataSets A set of articles describing how to work with FireDAC dataset classes, including how to edit the dataset content.
Editing Data A set of articles describing how to use FireDAC to edit the dataset data, post changes to a database and setup the updates posting.
Working with Metadata A set of articles describing how to work with database metadata in FireDAC. The metadata contains information about database structure.
Working with DBMS A set of articles describing how to work with a specific database from a FireDAC application.
Preparing FireDAC application for run-time This topic explains the use of the TFDGUIxWaitCursor component and the TFDPhys*DriverLink family of components in a FireDAC application.
Multi-Device Development A set of articles describing how to use FireDAC for multi-device development for Mac OS X, iOS, and Android.
Debugging and Support A set of articles explaining how to debug FireDAC applications.
Deploying A set of articles explaining how to deploy FireDAC applications.
Utilities A list of FireDAC utilities, their usage details and command line parameters.
Database Connectivity A list of DBMSs supported by FireDAC and the corresponding connection definition parameters.
FAQ A list of FireDAC-related frequently asked questions.

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