Connecting to SQL Databases: Fast data loading with updated Flexmonster Data Compressor for .NET, Java, PHP
If you are the one who has already used our Compressor, we have good news for you about important updates that our team recently implemented. And if you haven’t tried it yet, please read the information and don’t delay using it.
Whom it may concern: All who works with relational data.
Flexmonster development team has updated Flexmonster Data Compressor – the special server-side compression tool that helps you to increase data loading speed from a server to customer’s browser and makes data loading notably faster.
The main purpose: Loading large data sets from SQL databases much easier and faster now.
The main benefits you get when using it:
- Easily connect to various SQL databases
The new Compressor is used for different databases and could easily convert query results from database to pivot table friendly format.
It supports numerous databases such as: Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, other ADO.NET / ODBC / JDBC databases.
- Stream large data sets
The Compressor is able to process large data sets. It allows to stream data from the server asynchronously. The Compressor is designed for fast data transfer without any delay, which makes your reporting smooth and fast.
- Lightweight and simple format
The data format in which the Compressor transmits the data (OCSV) is noticeably smaller in size than CSV. At the same time, the special algorithm that compresses the data, does not require a lot of RAM and computing power.
- Available for various platforms and databases
To compress your data on backend automatically we have developed the libraries for Flexmonster Data Compressor. The libraries are available for three languages that are very often used for enterprise server applications – .NET, Java and PHP.
How to start using Flexmonster Data Compressor:
Please see our documentation with the detailed step-by-step tutorial, just choose the appropriate technology:
- How to connect to Relational Database using .NET
- How to connect to Relational Database using Java
- How to connect to Relational Database using PHP
The new Compressor is available in the latest version.