Amazon DynamoDB FireDAC Components

Connect Delphi & C++Builder Apps with the DynamoDB real-time NoSQL cloud database service. Use Amazon DynamoDB as the big data backend that powers your Delphi & C++Builder Apps.

  • Connect to Amazon DynamoDB from Rad Studio Data Explorer.
  • Comprehensive support for CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) operations.
  • Use Amazon DynamoDB as a powerful database to enable applications with always-on real-time cloud data storage.

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CData FireDAC Components for Amazon DynamoDB
 Included in FireDAC Subscriptions: 125+ Components for real-time data access.

Extend Delphi & C++Builder Apps with unrivaled data connectivity!

Amazon DynamoDB FireDAC Components Included in Enterprise & Enterprise PLUS Subscriptions


Get the DynamoDB FireDAC Components together with 125+ additional components for SaaS, NoSQL, and Big Data integration! Our components offer the fastest & easiest way to build data driven Apps.


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FireDAC Components in Action

Connecting to Any Data Source is as Easy as Connecting to a Database



Standard FireDAC Components


Just like connecting with a typical RDBMS like MySQL. or SQL Server. Use standard FireDAC components like TDFManager, TDFConnection, TDFQuery, etc.


FDConnection1.Name := 'DynamoDBConnection';
FDConnection1.DriverName := 'CData.Fire.DynamoDB';
with FDConnection1.Params as     
    TFDPhysCDataDynamoDBConnectionDefParams do begin

    ...
end;


FDConnection1.Connected := true;
FDQuery1.Active := true;
FDQuery1.Open('select * from Account');

...

Type SQL, Get DynamoDB


The easiest way to build data-centric applications. Write standard SQL queries to interact with DynamoDB, just like working with any RDBMS. Supports joins, updates, aggregation, and more.

SELECT WITH INNER JOIN

SELECT Account.Id, Account.Name, Account.Fax,     
  Opportunity.AccountId, Opportunity.CloseDate
FROM Account
INNER JOIN Opportunity
  ON Account.Id = Opportunity.AccountId

AGGREGATE FUNCTIONS

SELECT Name, AVG(AnnualRevenue) FROM Account GROUP BY Name

CRUD OPERATIONS

UPDATE Account SET Name='John' WHERE Id = @myId



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