2001

Video Capture, Graphics, and Image Analysis

04/16/2001 7:45 pm

Two medical applications will be discussed.

InterBase Installation and Security

03/19/2001 6:30 pm

Have you ever wanted to embed an InterBase installation along with user, database and table creation within the installation of your Delphi application? Obstacles, caveats and possible solutions will be explored. Although Wise Installation Systems will be utilized for part of the solution, the concepts should be able to be carried over to any installation tool.

PRESENTER:

NT Services, Sockets, ADO, and XML Parsing

03/19/2001 7:45 pm

What does an NT Service, a Socket, ADO, and XML have to do with each other? All four technologies are well supported by Delphi and all being utilized as part of one IVR application at Interactive Northwest. David just completed his first Windows NT Service application--and learned a LOT! He would like to share his experience with the group to help make others aware of issues lurking in the shadows of this type of beast.

PRESENTER:

Business Meeting

02/19/2001 6:00 pm

David Cornelius and Homer Jones (ODUG coordinator and assistant) would like to present some ideas about growing the Oregon Delphi User Group into a larger, perhaps more formal organization. Several ideas have been tossed around and we would like some discussion and feedback from you, the members of the group. Please join us at 6:00 PM for this important meeting. Pizza will be served and the regular meeting will follow.

ReportBuilder, et al

02/19/2001 7:00 pm

Digital Metaphors, the publishers of ReportBuilder, are sponsoring the pizza for this event in exchange for us showing off their product. And they have a very good product! Practically the standard for reporting under Delphi, ReportBuilder is a powerful design tool for creating complex reports. There will be several trial copies of ReportBuilder to hand out, and one lucky person will get a full, licensed copy of ReportBuilder Pro, a $500 Value!

Kylix!

01/15/2000 7:15 pm

It's an understatement to say that there is a lot of excitement mounting for Borland's Delphi and C++Builder products on Linux. Linux itself is nothing short of a phenomenon rising out of obscurity just a few years ago, to be the hottest topic in every computer-related periodical available. However, the biggest deficit of this free and stable operating system is the lack of applications.

Borland aims to change all that!