Active Query Builder

SQL Query Builder

Full Feature List


Full feature list of Active Query Builder WinForms and WPF Edition for GUI apps and the non-visual "Core" version

Feature Stand. Prof. Core
Main features
Visual SQL query builder
Visual designer for building SELECT statements with simple drag'n'drop and point'n'click actions.
YES
YES
NO
SQL query parser
Parsing of SELECT statements of any complexity, building SQL query object model for further analysis and modification.
YES
YES
YES
SQL query reverse engineering
Building diagrams of parsed queries for their review and further editing.
YES
YES
N/A *
Two-way SQL query building
Instant switching between visual query building and direct SQL text editing at any time.
YES
YES
N/A *
Customizable SQL text formatting
Plenty of settings to tune the formatting of your queries to your taste.
YES
YES
YES
Support of dozens of SQL dialects
The free version only supports basic SQL syntax constructs defined in the ANSI SQL standards. The paid version supports all the peculiarities of each SQL dialect. See the list of supported dialects.
YES
YES
YES
Programming creation, analysis and editing of SQL queries
A full-featured API to create complex SQL queries from scratch, analyse and modify SQL queries.
YES
YES
YES
Visual SQL Filter Builder
A visual control to add conditions for the columns of original SQL query appending them to the WHERE clause.
YES
YES
N/A *
Professional SQL Text Editor
Feature-rich SQL text editor with code completion and syntax highlighting.
NO
YES
N/A *
SQL Query Designer features
Easy navigation across complex query structures
Representing complex SQL queries with unions, sub-queries, derived tables and Common Table Expressions (WITH clause) visually.
YES
YES
N/A *
Visual interface to work with each single part of a SELECT statement
Select query columns from the fields of database objects, and by using SQL expressions. Building of grouping, sorting and filtration with point-and-click actions.
YES
YES
N/A *
Quick search for database objects
Search and filtration by objects in the Database Schema View.
YES
YES
N/A *
Automatic joining of tables by foreign keys
Creation of joins with correct join expressions automatically according to the information retrieved from the database schema.
YES
YES
N/A *
Manual creation of links between objects in a query
Defining joins between query objects on the query diagram by drag'n'drop. Manual editing of the join type and expression.
YES
YES
N/A *
Joining tables which are indirectly linked with each other
Automatic addition of intermediate tables to the query upon adding a new table to maintain coherence with existing tables.
YES
YES
N/A *
Setting of TOP, LIMIT, DISTINCT and other query options
Properties of sub-queries, query objects and joins can be defined visually.
YES
YES
N/A *
SQL Expression Editor
Handy dialog to edit complex SQL expressions via the multiline text editor with code completion, syntax highlighting and the lookup lists of objects, fields and SQL functions.
NO
YES
N/A *
Query building environment customization options
Convenient names for database objects and fields
User-friendly aliases can be displayed instead of the unintelligible database object and field names in the visual query designer an in the SQL query text. Their substitution for real names is performed seamlessly for the end-user.
YES
YES
YES
Virtual objects
Creation of non-existing objects for use the same way as regular database objects in the designer and query text, turning them into derived tables upon the query execution.
YES
YES
YES
Calculated fields
Definition of non-exising fields for use the same way as regular fields in the designer and query text turning them into SQL expressions or correlated sub-queries upon the query execution.
YES
YES
YES
Reimagining the database schema tree view
Arbitrary grouping of database objects within the tree according to subject areas.
YES
YES
N/A *
Saving the query diagram layout between work sessions
The user can continue its job exactly where he/she has stopped. Sizes and positions of objects on the query diagram will preserved.
YES
YES
N/A *
Editing of sub-query text separately from the entire query
The text of any single sub-query can be accessed and changed independently of the main query.
YES
YES
N/A *
Decomposable visual user interface
Possibility to decompose and customize the user interface by removing, reorganising and adding new visual controls.
NO
YES
N/A *
Repository of reusable queries
A special visual UI snippet lets save and edit SQL queries in the internal repository, with the possibility to use these queries just like views in subsequent queries.
NO
YES
N/A *
Database Schema handling
Automatic Database Schema extraction
Automatic extraction of the Database Schema is performed partially and on demand, taking into account the peculiarities of their representation for the given database server.
YES
YES
YES
Metadata pre-filtering, hiding unwanted objects
Partial metadata loading using filters to speed up initialisation; programmatic hiding unwanted objects from the user.
YES
YES
YES
Programmatic filling of the metadata container
Objects can be added programmatically in case of a non-standard connection to the database (three-tier architecture, web service, etc.)
YES
YES
YES
Saving and loading of metadata into the XML format
Caching the loaded metadata to XML format speeds up further metadata loading or to decrease the database server load.
YES
YES
YES
Working without a live database connection
No need to establish the live database connection and overload the database server in the case of loading metadata from XML. It's also possible to work without loading metadata.
YES
YES
YES
Application Programming Interface
API for making additional changes to ready SQL queries
A handy API for applying additional filters, sorting, pagination to a query and retrieving totals to allow for a feature-rich user interface while browsing the query result.
YES
YES
YES
Prevention of the execution of queries with unwanted objects
Checking a query for forbidden objects before its execution is possible without loading its visual representation and even without loading the database schema.
YES
YES
YES
Programmatic SQL query analysis and modification
Full access to the internal query object model for programmatic SQL query analysis and modification.
YES
YES
YES
Information about the parameters found in a query
Retrieval of the list of parameters found in a query and useful details about them: data type, related field, operator.
YES
YES
YES
Summary information about a query
Information about database objects and fields, output columns in the query is instantly available for the entire query, and for each sub-query and SQL expression.
YES
YES
YES
Miscellaneous options
Localization of the user interface
Possibility to translate the interface of Active Query Builder into any language. Dozens of localisations available out-of-the-box.
YES
YES
N/A *
Database server autodetection
Possibility to detect the SQL Syntax dialect upon connecting to a database server.
YES
YES
YES

Full feature list of Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition for WebForms, MVC, and ASP.NET Core

Feature Stand. Prof. Corp.
ASP.NET-specific features
Multiple queries per user session
Simultaneous building of different queries in separate browser windows or designing more than one query on a web page.
NO
YES
YES
Storing client state without using ASP.NET session
Unlimited possibilities for configuring the application architecture: containerization, usage in web farms, cross-domain or stateless systems.
NO
NO
YES
Main features
Visual SQL query builder
Visual designer for building SELECT statements with simple drag'n'drop and point'n'click actions.
YES
YES
YES
SQL query parser
Parsing of SELECT statements of any complexity, building SQL query object model for further analysis and modification.
YES
YES
YES
SQL query reverse engineering
Building diagrams of parsed queries for their review and further editing.
YES
YES
YES
Two-way SQL query building
Instant switching between visual query building and direct SQL text editing at any time.
YES
YES
YES
Customizable SQL text formatting
Plenty of settings to tune the formatting of your queries to your taste.
YES
YES
YES
Support of dozens of SQL dialects
The free version only supports basic SQL syntax constructs defined in the ANSI SQL standards. The paid version supports all the peculiarities of each SQL dialect. See the list of supported dialects.
YES
YES
YES
Programming creation, analysis and editing of SQL queries
A full-featured API to create complex SQL queries from scratch, analyse and modify SQL queries.
YES
YES
YES
Visual SQL Filter Builder
A visual control to add conditions for the columns of original SQL query appending them to the WHERE clause.
YES
YES
YES
SQL Query Designer features
Easy navigation across complex query structures
Representing complex SQL queries with unions, sub-queries, derived tables and Common Table Expressions (WITH clause) visually.
YES
YES
YES
Visual interface to work with each single part of a SELECT statement
Select query columns from the fields of database objects, and by using SQL expressions. Building of grouping, sorting and filtration with point-and-click actions.
YES
YES
YES
Quick search for database objects
Search and filtration by objects in the Database Schema View.
YES
YES
YES
Automatic joining of tables by foreign keys
Creation of joins with correct join expressions automatically according to the information retrieved from the database schema.
YES
YES
YES
Manual creation of links between objects in a query
Defining joins between query objects on the query diagram by drag'n'drop. Manual editing of the join type and expression.
YES
YES
YES
Joining tables which are indirectly linked with each other
Automatic addition of intermediate tables to the query upon adding a new table to maintain coherence with existing tables.
YES
YES
YES
Setting of TOP, LIMIT, DISTINCT and other query options
Properties of sub-queries, query objects and joins can be defined visually.
YES
YES
YES
Query building environment customization options
Convenient names for database objects and fields
User-friendly aliases can be displayed instead of the unintelligible database object and field names in the visual query designer an in the SQL query text. Their substitution for real names is performed seamlessly for the end-user.
YES
YES
YES
Virtual objects
Creation of non-existing objects for use the same way as regular database objects in the designer and query text, turning them into derived tables upon the query execution.
YES
YES
YES
Calculated fields
Definition of non-exising fields for use the same way as regular fields in the designer and query text turning them into SQL expressions or correlated sub-queries upon the query execution.
YES
YES
YES
Reimagining the database schema tree view
Arbitrary grouping of database objects within the tree according to subject areas.
YES
YES
YES
Saving the query diagram layout between work sessions
The user can continue its job exactly where he/she has stopped. Sizes and positions of objects on the query diagram will preserved.
YES
YES
YES
Editing of sub-query text separately from the entire query
The text of any single sub-query can be accessed and changed independently of the main query.
NO
YES
YES
Decomposable visual user interface
Possibility to decompose and customize the user interface by removing, reorganising and adding new visual controls.
YES
YES
YES
Repository of reusable queries
A special visual UI snippet lets save and edit SQL queries in the internal repository, with the possibility to use these queries just like views in subsequent queries.
NO
YES
YES
Addition of calcluated fields by user
Advanced users can add new calcluated fields to the database object fields list.
NO
YES
YES
Database Schema handling
Automatic Database Schema extraction
Automatic extraction of the Database Schema is performed partially and on demand, taking into account the peculiarities of their representation for the given database server.
YES
YES
YES
Metadata pre-filtering, hiding unwanted objects
Partial metadata loading using filters to speed up initialisation; programmatic hiding unwanted objects from the user.
YES
YES
YES
Programmatic filling of the metadata container
Objects can be added programmatically in case of a non-standard connection to the database (three-tier architecture, web service, etc.)
YES
YES
YES
Saving and loading of metadata into the XML format
Caching the loaded metadata to XML format speeds up further metadata loading or to decrease the database server load.
YES
YES
YES
Working without a live database connection
No need to establish the live database connection and overload the database server in the case of loading metadata from XML. It's also possible to work without loading metadata.
YES
YES
YES
Application Programming Interface
API for making additional changes to ready SQL queries
A handy API for applying additional filters, sorting, pagination to a query and retrieving totals to allow for a feature-rich user interface while browsing the query result.
YES
YES
YES
Prevention of the execution of queries with unwanted objects
Checking a query for forbidden objects before its execution is possible without loading its visual representation and even without loading the database schema.
YES
YES
YES
Programmatic SQL query analysis and modification
Full access to the internal query object model for programmatic SQL query analysis and modification.
YES
YES
YES
Information about the parameters found in a query
Retrieval of the list of parameters found in a query and useful details about them: data type, related field, operator.
YES
YES
YES
Summary information about a query
Information about database objects and fields, output columns in the query is instantly available for the entire query, and for each sub-query and SQL expression.
YES
YES
YES
Miscellaneous options
Localization of the user interface
Possibility to translate the interface of Active Query Builder into any language. Dozens of localisations available out-of-the-box.
YES
YES
YES
Database server autodetection
Possibility to detect the SQL Syntax dialect upon connecting to a database server.
YES
YES
YES

Full feature list of Active Query Builder Java Edition for Swing GUI Tooklit

Feature Stand.
Main features
Visual SQL query builder
Visual designer for building SELECT statements with simple drag'n'drop and point'n'click actions.
YES
SQL query parser
Parsing of SELECT statements of any complexity, building SQL query object model for further analysis and modification.
YES
SQL query reverse engineering
Building diagrams of parsed queries for their review and further editing.
YES
Two-way SQL query building
Instant switching between visual query building and direct SQL text editing at any time.
YES
Customizable SQL text formatting
Plenty of settings to tune the formatting of your queries to your taste.
YES
Support of dozens of SQL dialects
The free version only supports basic SQL syntax constructs defined in the ANSI SQL standards. The paid version supports all the peculiarities of each SQL dialect. See the list of supported dialects.
YES
Programming creation, analysis and editing of SQL queries
A full-featured API to create complex SQL queries from scratch, analyse and modify SQL queries.
YES
SQL Query Designer features
Easy navigation across complex query structures
Representing complex SQL queries with unions, sub-queries, derived tables and Common Table Expressions (WITH clause) visually.
YES
Visual interface to work with each single part of a SELECT statement
Select query columns from the fields of database objects, and by using SQL expressions. Building of grouping, sorting and filtration with point-and-click actions.
YES
Quick search for database objects
Search and filtration by objects in the Database Schema View.
YES
Automatic joining of tables by foreign keys
Creation of joins with correct join expressions automatically according to the information retrieved from the database schema.
YES
Manual creation of links between objects in a query
Defining joins between query objects on the query diagram by drag'n'drop. Manual editing of the join type and expression.
YES
Setting of TOP, LIMIT, DISTINCT and other query options
Properties of sub-queries, query objects and joins can be defined visually.
YES
Query building environment customization options
Convenient names for database objects and fields
User-friendly aliases can be displayed instead of the unintelligible database object and field names in the visual query designer an in the SQL query text. Their substitution for real names is performed seamlessly for the end-user.
YES
Virtual objects
Creation of non-existing objects for use the same way as regular database objects in the designer and query text, turning them into derived tables upon the query execution.
YES
Calculated fields
Definition of non-exising fields for use the same way as regular fields in the designer and query text turning them into SQL expressions or correlated sub-queries upon the query execution.
YES
Saving the query diagram layout between work sessions
The user can continue its job exactly where he/she has stopped. Sizes and positions of objects on the query diagram will preserved.
YES
Database Schema handling
Automatic Database Schema extraction
Automatic extraction of the Database Schema is performed partially and on demand, taking into account the peculiarities of their representation for the given database server.
YES
Metadata pre-filtering, hiding unwanted objects
Partial metadata loading using filters to speed up initialisation; programmatic hiding unwanted objects from the user.
YES
Programmatic filling of the metadata container
Objects can be added programmatically in case of a non-standard connection to the database (three-tier architecture, web service, etc.)
YES
Saving and loading of metadata into the XML format
Caching the loaded metadata to XML format speeds up further metadata loading or to decrease the database server load.
YES
Working without a live database connection
No need to establish the live database connection and overload the database server in the case of loading metadata from XML. It's also possible to work without loading metadata.
YES
Application Programming Interface
API for making additional changes to ready SQL queries
A handy API for applying additional filters, sorting, pagination to a query and retrieving totals to allow for a feature-rich user interface while browsing the query result.
YES
Prevention of the execution of queries with unwanted objects
Checking a query for forbidden objects before its execution is possible without loading its visual representation and even without loading the database schema.
YES
Programmatic SQL query analysis and modification
Full access to the internal query object model for programmatic SQL query analysis and modification.
YES
Information about the parameters found in a query
Retrieval of the list of parameters found in a query and useful details about them: data type, related field, operator.
YES
Summary information about a query
Information about database objects and fields, output columns in the query is instantly available for the entire query, and for each sub-query and SQL expression.
YES
Miscellaneous options
Localization of the user interface
Possibility to translate the interface of Active Query Builder into any language. Dozens of localisations available out-of-the-box.
YES
Database server autodetection
Possibility to detect the SQL Syntax dialect upon connecting to a database server.
YES

Full feature list of Active Query Builder VCL Edition for Embarcadero Delphi and C++Builder

Feature Stand. Prof.
Main features
Visual SQL query builder
Visual designer for building SELECT statements with simple drag'n'drop and point'n'click actions.
YES
YES
SQL query parser
Parsing of SELECT statements of any complexity, building SQL query object model for further analysis and modification.
YES
YES
SQL query reverse engineering
Building diagrams of parsed queries for their review and further editing.
YES
YES
Two-way SQL query building
Instant switching between visual query building and direct SQL text editing at any time.
YES
YES
Customizable SQL text formatting
Plenty of settings to tune the formatting of your queries to your taste.
YES
YES
Support of dozens of SQL dialects
The free version only supports basic SQL syntax constructs defined in the ANSI SQL standards. The paid version supports all the peculiarities of each SQL dialect. See the list of supported dialects.
YES
YES
Programming creation, analysis and editing of SQL queries
A full-featured API to create complex SQL queries from scratch, analyse and modify SQL queries.
YES
YES
Visual SQL Filter Builder
A visual control to add conditions for the columns of original SQL query appending them to the WHERE clause.
NO
YES
Professional SQL Text Editor
Feature-rich SQL text editor with code completion and syntax highlighting.
NO
YES
SQL Query Designer features
Easy navigation across complex query structures
Representing complex SQL queries with unions, sub-queries, derived tables and Common Table Expressions (WITH clause) visually.
YES
YES
Visual interface to work with each single part of a SELECT statement
Select query columns from the fields of database objects, and by using SQL expressions. Building of grouping, sorting and filtration with point-and-click actions.
YES
YES
Quick search for database objects
Search and filtration by objects in the Database Schema View.
YES
YES
Automatic joining of tables by foreign keys
Creation of joins with correct join expressions automatically according to the information retrieved from the database schema.
YES
YES
Manual creation of links between objects in a query
Defining joins between query objects on the query diagram by drag'n'drop. Manual editing of the join type and expression.
YES
YES
Setting of TOP, LIMIT, DISTINCT and other query options
Properties of sub-queries, query objects and joins can be defined visually.
YES
YES
SQL Expression Editor
Handy dialog to edit complex SQL expressions via the multiline text editor with code completion, syntax highlighting and the lookup lists of objects, fields and SQL functions.
NO
YES
Query building environment customization options
Convenient names for database objects and fields
User-friendly aliases can be displayed instead of the unintelligible database object and field names in the visual query designer an in the SQL query text. Their substitution for real names is performed seamlessly for the end-user.
YES
YES
Virtual objects
Creation of non-existing objects for use the same way as regular database objects in the designer and query text, turning them into derived tables upon the query execution.
YES
YES
Calculated fields
Definition of non-exising fields for use the same way as regular fields in the designer and query text turning them into SQL expressions or correlated sub-queries upon the query execution.
YES
YES
Saving the query diagram layout between work sessions
The user can continue its job exactly where he/she has stopped. Sizes and positions of objects on the query diagram will preserved.
YES
YES
Editing of sub-query text separately from the entire query
The text of any single sub-query can be accessed and changed independently of the main query.
YES
YES
Database Schema handling
Automatic Database Schema extraction
Automatic extraction of the Database Schema is performed partially and on demand, taking into account the peculiarities of their representation for the given database server.
YES
YES
Metadata pre-filtering, hiding unwanted objects
Partial metadata loading using filters to speed up initialisation; programmatic hiding unwanted objects from the user.
YES
YES
Programmatic filling of the metadata container
Objects can be added programmatically in case of a non-standard connection to the database (three-tier architecture, web service, etc.)
YES
YES
Saving and loading of metadata into the XML format
Caching the loaded metadata to XML format speeds up further metadata loading or to decrease the database server load.
YES
YES
Working without a live database connection
No need to establish the live database connection and overload the database server in the case of loading metadata from XML. It's also possible to work without loading metadata.
YES
YES
Application Programming Interface
API for making additional changes to ready SQL queries
A handy API for applying additional filters, sorting, pagination to a query and retrieving totals to allow for a feature-rich user interface while browsing the query result.
YES
YES
Prevention of the execution of queries with unwanted objects
Checking a query for forbidden objects before its execution is possible without loading its visual representation and even without loading the database schema.
YES
YES
Programmatic SQL query analysis and modification
Full access to the internal query object model for programmatic SQL query analysis and modification.
YES
YES
Information about the parameters found in a query
Retrieval of the list of parameters found in a query and useful details about them: data type, related field, operator.
YES
YES
Summary information about a query
Information about database objects and fields, output columns in the query is instantly available for the entire query, and for each sub-query and SQL expression.
YES
YES
Miscellaneous options
Localization of the user interface
Possibility to translate the interface of Active Query Builder into any language. Dozens of localisations available out-of-the-box.
YES
YES
Database server autodetection
Possibility to detect the SQL Syntax dialect upon connecting to a database server.
YES
YES

Full feature list of Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition for any COM/ActiveX-enabled environments

Feature Stand.
Main features
Visual SQL query builder
Visual designer for building SELECT statements with simple drag'n'drop and point'n'click actions.
YES
SQL query parser
Parsing of SELECT statements of any complexity, building SQL query object model for further analysis and modification.
YES
SQL query reverse engineering
Building diagrams of parsed queries for their review and further editing.
YES
Two-way SQL query building
Instant switching between visual query building and direct SQL text editing at any time.
YES
Customizable SQL text formatting
Plenty of settings to tune the formatting of your queries to your taste.
YES
Support of dozens of SQL dialects
The free version only supports basic SQL syntax constructs defined in the ANSI SQL standards. The paid version supports all the peculiarities of each SQL dialect. See the list of supported dialects.
YES
Programming creation, analysis and editing of SQL queries
A full-featured API to create complex SQL queries from scratch, analyse and modify SQL queries.
YES
SQL Query Designer features
Easy navigation across complex query structures
Representing complex SQL queries with unions, sub-queries, derived tables and Common Table Expressions (WITH clause) visually.
YES
Visual interface to work with each single part of a SELECT statement
Select query columns from the fields of database objects, and by using SQL expressions. Building of grouping, sorting and filtration with point-and-click actions.
YES
Quick search for database objects
Search and filtration by objects in the Database Schema View.
YES
Automatic joining of tables by foreign keys
Creation of joins with correct join expressions automatically according to the information retrieved from the database schema.
YES
Manual creation of links between objects in a query
Defining joins between query objects on the query diagram by drag'n'drop. Manual editing of the join type and expression.
YES
Setting of TOP, LIMIT, DISTINCT and other query options
Properties of sub-queries, query objects and joins can be defined visually.
YES
Query building environment customization options
Convenient names for database objects and fields
User-friendly aliases can be displayed instead of the unintelligible database object and field names in the visual query designer an in the SQL query text. Their substitution for real names is performed seamlessly for the end-user.
YES
Virtual objects
Creation of non-existing objects for use the same way as regular database objects in the designer and query text, turning them into derived tables upon the query execution.
YES
Calculated fields
Definition of non-exising fields for use the same way as regular fields in the designer and query text turning them into SQL expressions or correlated sub-queries upon the query execution.
YES
Saving the query diagram layout between work sessions
The user can continue its job exactly where he/she has stopped. Sizes and positions of objects on the query diagram will preserved.
YES
Editing of sub-query text separately from the entire query
The text of any single sub-query can be accessed and changed independently of the main query.
YES
Database Schema handling
Automatic Database Schema extraction
Automatic extraction of the Database Schema is performed partially and on demand, taking into account the peculiarities of their representation for the given database server.
YES
Metadata pre-filtering, hiding unwanted objects
Partial metadata loading using filters to speed up initialisation; programmatic hiding unwanted objects from the user.
YES
Programmatic filling of the metadata container
Objects can be added programmatically in case of a non-standard connection to the database (three-tier architecture, web service, etc.)
YES
Saving and loading of metadata into the XML format
Caching the loaded metadata to XML format speeds up further metadata loading or to decrease the database server load.
YES
Working without a live database connection
No need to establish the live database connection and overload the database server in the case of loading metadata from XML. It's also possible to work without loading metadata.
YES
Application Programming Interface
API for making additional changes to ready SQL queries
A handy API for applying additional filters, sorting, pagination to a query and retrieving totals to allow for a feature-rich user interface while browsing the query result.
YES
Prevention of the execution of queries with unwanted objects
Checking a query for forbidden objects before its execution is possible without loading its visual representation and even without loading the database schema.
YES
Information about the parameters found in a query
Retrieval of the list of parameters found in a query and useful details about them: data type, related field, operator.
YES
Summary information about a query
Information about database objects and fields, output columns in the query is instantly available for the entire query, and for each sub-query and SQL expression.
YES
Miscellaneous options
Localization of the user interface
Possibility to translate the interface of Active Query Builder into any language. Dozens of localisations available out-of-the-box.
YES
Database server autodetection
Possibility to detect the SQL Syntax dialect upon connecting to a database server.
YES

Notes

* The Core .NET version includes only the non-visual API of the component. Thus, it lacks all features of the visual user interface.

** The Free version has support only for the most common features of SQL language up to ANSI SQL/92 standard while the paid versions support the great majority of database server-specific SQL syntax extensions for dozens of popular database servers.

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In summary Active Query Builder provides excellent components, great support and a very flexible feature set. It has allowed us to provide features to our end users that I did not think would be possible in the first release of our new tools and in a timeframe that was much shorter than planned. I would recommend that anyone dealing with databases in the .Net world should be aware of this component and its capabilities!


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