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Delphi was one of the first IDEs to give you component-based, event driven tools for building dynamic Web sites for the World Wide Web. In addition, Delphi was also one of the first development tools to provide high-level wizards, tools, and services for creating Web Service servers and clients. In Delphi 2005, Borland continues its tradition of providing you with the best tools for building standards-based applications for the Web. In fact, Delphi 2005 gives you more options than ever before...

The Object Inspector

The Delphi 2005 Object Inspector, which you use to configure objects placed on your form at design time, has also been updated. Not only does the Object Inspector permit you to configure properties and events for the objects that you have placed into the designer, but you can also use it to control file names and get information about objects that you select in the Project Manager. For example, select a file in the Project Manager, such as an .aspx file in an ASP.NET Web application, and the...

Error Insight

Error Insight, which makes its debut in Delphi 2005, provides you with a service that can be roughly described as spell checking and grammar checking for programmers. As you write your Delphi or C code, the IDE actively evaluates your work, identifying the symbols, keywords, and directives that you use, looking for syntax and semantic errors that the compiler cannot resolve. When Error Insight locates an error, it identifies the problem by underscoring the offending text with red squiggly...

JEE and CORBA to NET Integration with Janeva

Janeva is Borland's middleware solution for using J2EE Java 2 Enterprise Edition Enterprise JavaBeans and CORBA common object request broker architecture objects from your Delphi 2005 applications. With Janeva, you can leverage your existing enterprise-level objects, calling them from your Web-enabled or workstation client .NET applications. To enable access to a J2EE or CORBA object from your Delphi 2005 application, select the Project menu on Delphi 2005's main menu, or right-click the...

Evaluator Frame Support for Win Local Variables

A popular debugging feature in Delphi 8 and C Builder is the capability to select a particular frame from the call stack using the Local Variables dialog box. This feature is now available for the Borland Win32 Debugger. With the Borland Win32 Debugger loaded, view the Local Variables dialog box. If this dialog box is not already visible, select View Debug Windows Local Variables, or press Ctrl-Alt-L, to display it. Initially, the values of variables local to the current function that the...