delphi firedac sort

To sort data using FireDAC in Delphi, you can utilize the TFDQuery component along with the ORDER BY clause in your SQL statement. Here's an example of how you can do it:

// Create a TFDQuery component
FDQuery1 := TFDQuery.Create(nil);
FDQuery1.Connection := FDConnection1;

// Prepare the SQL statement with the ORDER BY clause
FDQuery1.SQL.Text := 'SELECT * FROM YourTable ORDER BY YourColumn';

// Open the query to retrieve the sorted data

In this example, replace "YourTable" with the name of your table and "YourColumn" with the name of the column you want to sort by. The ORDER BY clause allows you to specify the sorting order (ascending or descending) for the column.

Once the query is open, you can access the sorted data using the TFDQuery's methods and properties. For example, you can iterate through the records using a loop and retrieve the values of specific fields.

Remember to free the TFDQuery component when you're done using it to avoid memory leaks:


This is a basic example of sorting data using FireDAC in Delphi. You can further customize the SQL statement or use additional FireDAC components to enhance your sorting functionality as needed.