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Having Trouble with FireDac in Delphi. For FireDac itself, download the latest version of FireDac and then Delphi. Finally, download the FireDac Embarcadero (FDDEB) update and reinstall.
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Details about an up-and-coming change coming to DX/FireDAC and the related components – Delphi, VCL, and C++Builder – are scarce. Details will be more plentiful in a bit, but for the moment, I’ll say that there are two changes:
That’s right: FireDAC is being completely rewritten. Note that the changes are not ready yet – so what you see here is only a partial, nearly-complete view. Note also that the changes, especially the new FireDAC, are somewhat disruptive, and you should be prepared to test your app to make sure it still functions as it used to.
The first change is the completely new FireDAC. This is going to be significant for a number of reasons, and it’s an important topic, so let’s take a look at what it means for you:
Completely redesigned FireDAC from scratch: it’s much faster, it’s much more stable, it’s much more feature-complete than its predecessor (though that one is pretty good, so don’t worry), and it’s much less likely to crash. Look for more details about that in a bit.
Very scalable (it supports it from C up to 64-bit OS): FireDAC’s interface to the OS is based around a memory manager, whereby the OS manages the use of memory and supplies, as needed, physical pages when they become free. The interface to the memory manager is done via the VirtualAlloc()/Free() Windows API function, and this interface can be used directly from Delphi (Delphi, Delphi Unicode, and C++Builder), from C (using Delphi’s memory manager for C, PPC/ARM), and from C++ Builder.
Scalable to support many different platforms (via FireDAC’s ISCALL provider interface): see here for a description of the ISCALL provider interface. This lets you use FireDAC from C++Builder and support a number of different platforms – including Linux and OS/X – with little additional code.
Scalable to support many different database engines (via FireDAC’s ILib provider interface): see here for a description of the ILib provider interface. This lets you use FireDAC from C++Builder and support a number of different databases – including Informix and Sybase – with little additional code.
Delphi/C++Builder access to a range of database engines
I didn’t tried it and wouldn’t try it on the project I’m working on.
This is one of the problems with using interbase generated libraries – because of the 30k+ db file size. If you are using the FireDAC object pack you can only open/create databases that are smaller than 30k.
The solution is to open or create the database manually so that you don’t use an auto created library, but this is not always an option (hence the refactoring of the Delphi help files).
Another solution is to use the latest FDBX code generator from FireDAC Labs – which generates a set of interbase libraries that fit in the Delphi standard memory limit.
You can find a reference of the limitation in this blog post.
I had an independent task to generate a FireDac interbase library for a legacy project where the previous developer used an automatic interbase library generation.
The user was not able to get the FDBX code gen working and complained that the FDBX code generator messed up the database. I verified that the new FDBX code gen generates interbase libraries that will fit into the Delphi memory limit.
Just this morning I encountered another situation where an interbase library generated using the new FDBX code gen was too large and the problem was solved by deleting a couple of tables and then re-importing.
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I have a script as:
import pandas as pd
import numpy as np
from pycbc import NetCDF4
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
def modify_grid(filename, date1, date2):
This function iterates over the blocks, reads the grids
in the file, and modifies them according to different options.
jd = datetime.datetime(2017,8,18,16,0,0)
size = 1
gridding = 2
starttime = jd – timedelta(days=gridding)