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DWSII 2.0 release

The release of DWSII 2.0 is finally out. It contains detailed documentation, interesting add-on's and of course many new features in the component itself. DelphiWebScript is a scripting language for use in Borland Delphi(tm) projects. The programming language is similar to Delphi. It's HTML features are optimal for web applications and report modules.

Posted by Matthias Ackermann 2003-09-08

DWSII 1.2 Beta Release

DelphiWebScript is a scripting language for use in Borland Delphi(tm) projects. The programming language is similar to Delphi. It's HTML features are optimal for web applications and report modules. A beta release of DWSII is available. Most important new feature: Garbage collector for DWSII objects.

See forum messages for more information.

Posted by Matthias Ackermann 2003-01-24

new WebLib 1.2 with fileupload

my extended version of dws2 weblib - library

works with DWS II 1.0 ! (not with 1.1 !! but there will be soon a new version)

install this weblib component. add a dws2WebLib component into your webmodule. thats all.

file upload is now part of your script engine.

Posted by hannes hernler 2002-09-18

SMTP library for DWS II

first version of SMTP library for DWS II is available for download

Posted by hannes hernler 2001-11-05

dws2WebLib fix/change

be aware of the new version 1.1 of dws2WebLib. To be compatible with ClassWrapper the dependency from dws2Classes was removed!

Posted by hannes hernler 2001-09-29

new components: IBO, Web, example

Dear Friends of DWS!

It needed more time than I expected but now the new
IBO and Web components for DWS II are ready for donwload.

DWS2 ISAPI demo 1. Size: 20 KB
http://www.dwscript.com/download/IsapiDemo.zip
Compatibility: D5, DWSII
Description: demo ISAPI module with DWS2 and Session tracking. Database will
work after inserting dws2DBlib. Project output directory is
C:\WINNT\system32\inetsrv\ = the same as inetinfo.exe - so you can debug the
running dll.... read more

Posted by hannes hernler 2001-09-23