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January 31, 2008

Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v. Beta

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

+ The Non-visual mode is added. 
+ The new properties were added for the QueryBuilder.MetadataTreeOptions object:
  The DefaultExpandLevel property determines the level of initial metadata tree
  expansion. The default value (-1) directs to expand the tree completely.
  The SortingType property defines the criteria of metadata objects sorting.
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[ - Bug fix                  ]
[ ! Important notice         ]

Active Query Builder WinForms Edition v. Beta in details

The Non-visual mode allows you to create the query builder object without any visual controls, hereby avoiding all the controls related problems. Use it if you need a query builder object for some non-visual task, e.g. for a query analysis in a separate thread.

To use the query builder in the non-visual mode, create an instance using the second constructor with the NonVisualMode boolean parameter:

  QueryBuilder qb = new QueryBuilder(true);

You can always get the latest trial version of Active Query Builder WinForms Edition at the download page.

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