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October 07, 2009

Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.1.10.4.194

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.1.10.4.194.

+ Portuguese (Brazil) translation is added.
+ Oracle: Retrieval of descriptions for objects and fields from the database is
  implemented.
+ SQLite: The query properties form is implemented.
+ SQLite: Ability to fetch metadata from "attached" databases is added.
+ New helper methods are added to the BaseSQLContext object for splitting full
  object names by parts: ExtractNameFromFullName(),
  ExtractSchemaFromFullName(), ExtractDatabaseFromFullName().
+ Bunch of helpers are added to the MetadataContainer to add objects by theirs
  full or partially qualified name: AddObject(), AddTable(), AddView(), 
  AddProcedure(), AddSynonym().
= The LIKE criteria parsing is improved. Manually entered criteria like "LIKE
  John Doe" will be distinguished as "LIKE 'John Doe'".
- SQLite: LIMIT support in the main query is fixed.
- SQL dialects without multiple database support (like Oracle) didn't skip 
  default schema from object names. Fixed now.
- Oracle: Parsing of the SEED keyword is fixed.
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