Support for connection using Service Name in the Direct mode is added to Devart dbExpress driver for Oracle and performance of working with PostgreSQL is highly improved.

Devart Team is glad to present a new versions of dbExpress products - lightweight database drivers for fast access to Oracle and PostgreSQL databases.
dbExpress from Devart is a database-independent layer that defines common interface to provide fast access to SQL database servers. For each supported server, dbExpress provides a driver as an independent library that implements the common dbExpress interfaces for processing queries and stored procedures. As data-access layer is thin and simple, dbExpress provides high performance database connectivity and is easy to deploy. Devart dbExpress drivers can be used in the same way as the ones supplied by Embarcadero.
New versions of dbExpress drivers from Devart offers you the following improvements:
Direct mode functionality for Oracle is enhanced.
Now database connection is possible not only when SID (system identifier that specifies an Oracle database instance name) is used - Service Name (system alias to an Oracle database instance) can be used.
Performance of working with PostgreSQL is highly improved.

Pricing and Availability
Devart dbExpress drivers have extremely flexible pricing. The Single license price starts from $99.95, and you can always choose the type of license that matches your needs best.
You can try the new versions of dbExpress drivers here:
- dbExpress Driver 4.80 for Oracle

- dbExpress driver 4.75 for SQL Server

- dbExpress driver 4.70 for MySQL

- dbExpress driver 2.70 for InterBase/Firebird

- dbExpress driver 1.40 for PostgreSQL

About Devart

Devart is a software development company with 11 years of experience on the software market and over 20 thousands of devoted users.
We specialize in providing native connectivity solutions as well as comprehensive development and management tools for the most popular databases, including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase, Firebird, and SQLite.
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