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Tayayb Hussain

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Accessing Remote Database using Dragon Fire SDK
« on: May 14, 2012, 07:20:42 am »
Hi,

       I have basically three questions

1: Kindly correct me if i am wrong but i couldn't find the link for trial version. Does this mean that Dragon Fire is not offering Trial Version.

2: I read somewhere that an IPHONE needs to be jail broken before it can use the application prepared using the Dragon Fire SDK. Kindly advise.

3: I am looking to build an application that will interact (create, read, update, delete) with a remote database (MS SQL, My SQL).... using some webservice perhaps.... is it possible using Dragon Fire SDK

Thanks.

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Re: Accessing Remote Database using Dragon Fire SDK
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2012, 07:57:02 am »
Hi,

       I have basically three questions

1: Kindly correct me if i am wrong but i couldn't find the link for trial version. Does this mean that Dragon Fire is not offering Trial Version.

2: I read somewhere that an IPHONE needs to be jail broken before it can use the application prepared using the Dragon Fire SDK. Kindly advise.

3: I am looking to build an application that will interact (create, read, update, delete) with a remote database (MS SQL, My SQL).... using some webservice perhaps.... is it possible using Dragon Fire SDK

Thanks.

1.  There is no trial version of DFSDK.  Sorry.

2.  You definitely do *not* need to jailbreak your device.  In fact, we don't recommend this.

3.  Yes, you can interact with a web service using the NetSend() function in DragonFireSDK.
Tim Sommers
DragonFireSDK Team