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No DataSnap Server option On my Delphi XE2

Posted on 2012-04-01
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I recently purchased the Delphi XE2 professional. I was trying to to use a Data Snap Server and I try following the Intructions  File > New > Other > Delphi Projects [or C++Builder Projects] > DataSnap Server  . My IDE does not contain the Data Snap server. Is this option only available on the Enterprise version of the product?


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Mike
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It is not available on Professional versions.
It is only available with Enterprise and Architect editions.
You will have to upgrade to these versions.
Have a look at this details
http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/41626
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Thanks rinfo, I appreciate your conformation.
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