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December 03, 2010

Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.

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

= Toolbox Manager is slightly improved (will hasten installation a bit).
= German, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese(Br) translations are updated.
= DevExpress dependencies of ActiveDatabaseSoftware.DevExpressControlFactory.dll
  are updated to v.
= SqlTextEditor and ExpressionEditor: syntax coloring properties go public.
+ Server version auto-detection is implemented for most of database servers.
+ Renaming and removing of common table expressions (CTE) is implemented.
+ Metadata Editor: Adding and editing of virtual objects and fields is made. 
+ Images on tabs are implemented. To hide images use the ShowTabIcons property. 
  To set custom images use the TabsImageList property (must contain 4 images: 
  main query, sub-query, derived table, common table expression (CTE)).
- Oracle: Loading of materialized views is fixed.
- SqlTextEditor: AVG function highlightning is fixed for MS Access syntax.
- Firebird: DateAdd, DateDiff, Overlay, Position built-in functions are added.
- MS Access: probelm with '$' char in built-in function names is fixed, 
  problem with MS Excel sheet names quotation is solved.
- Automatic generation of aliases is fixed.
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