Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.22.214.171.1244.
= References to DevExpress controls are updated to v.126.96.36.199. - Tab order in Datasource Properties form is fixed. - Auto-detection of Teradata, MS SQL CE and Azure database servers is fixed. - Loading of joins in WHERE clause with subqueries referencing other datasources is fixed. - Check boxes painting at non-standard display resolution settings (120 DPI and more) is fixed. - Expression Editor: The bug with ShowSuggestionAfterCharCount property causing problems in the Form designer is fixed. - SQL Text Editor: Backward search from the end of text is fixed. - Oracle: Keywords UNTIL and UPDATED can be used as identifiers. - Oracle: Fixed MODEL clause. - Oracle: Support for KEEP expression is added. - Oracle: Parsing of PARTITON with OUTER JOIN is fixed. - PostgreSQL: Support for AT TIME ZONE expression is made. - PostgreSQL: Support for the ROW constructor expression is made. - PostgreSQL: The EXTRACT function is fixed. - PostgreSQL: Support for ORDER BY in aggregate functions is added. - MS SQL Server: "PARSE" is valid identifier now. - MS SQL Server: The conflict between "char", "nchar" identifiers and same-named built-in functions is solved. = MS SQL Server: Parsing of nested function calls is optimized for speed.
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