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September 28, 2007

Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v.

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

! Note for those who analyze the query data programmatically: 
  There are numerous changes in the CriteriaItem class related to the new 
  visual interface of the GROUP BY/HAVING clauses. Please refer to the updated
  Non-visual sample project for details.

+ New criteria list grouping style is made. Old style is available through 
  the CriteriaListOptions.UseMSStyleGrouping property.
+ New QueryBuilder.CriteriaListOptions property groups all criteria list 
  related options in one place. PLEASE NOTE that some properties have been 
  moved from the QueryBuilder so you may need to correct your source code.
+ New property ParsingErrorOnUnknownObjects. Query builder will throw an 
  exception if found an unknown object in the FROM part of the query.
= Diagram objects moving is limited by left and top edges of the diagram pane.
- Fixed problem with constants in DB2 syntax.
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