Subject Re: [IBO] TIB vs. TIBO
Author rogervellacott
The other big pro of using TIBO Controls is that they are compatible
with the visual components that are shipped with Delphi. One day I
may want to use another database, and I will then have to convert
from TIBO components. But at least I won't have to replace all my
visual controls. So I use TIBO for everything I want to link to
TDatasource, and TIB_ otherwise.

This does not stop me from using the brilliant functionality of
TIB_Dataset. Every TIBOQuery is build around a TIB_ component, and I
can call its methods and use its properties using

--- In IBObjects@y..., "Artur Anjos" <arsoft@n...> wrote:
> In a very simple way:
> Use TIBO controls only if you need a TDataSet descendant - this is
the only Pro of TIBO controls;
> Use TIB controls otherwise: they are "very ultra high" optimized.
> Artur
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: huskerfan_68144
> To: IBObjects@y...
> Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 4:20 PM
> Subject: [IBO] TIB vs. TIBO
> My programming environment is Delphi 6 on Microsoft Windows 2000
> IB Objects and Firebird 1.0 RC2. Should I be using TIB controls
> TIBO controls? Is there a website that lists the pros and cons of
> and TIBO controls?
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