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January 08, 2007

Active Query Builder .NET Edition Beta is out!

We're glad to present our new product: Active Query Builder .NET Edition.

Active Query Builder .NET Edition is as powerful as ActiveX Edition, and even more: with Active Query Builder .NET Edition you can get access to internal query representation objects, so you will be able to modify user queries programmatically or even to create SQL queries from scratch!

And the main point is that Active Query Builder .NET Edition is 100% native .NET component written in C# language. It can be used in Visual Studio 2005 (.NET 2.0), Windows.Forms environment (ASP.NET 2.0 Edition will be ready soon). You can learn more about Active Query Builder .NET Edition at the product page.

We will appreciate your stories, wishes and bug reports while using Active Query Builder .NET Edition.

Pre-order with the 30% discount is available at the purchase page. If you own a license of Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition, please contact us at sales.

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