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July 03, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 ASP.NET Edition v.3.2.4

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 3 ASP.NET Edition v.3.2.4.

+ The new "Properties" item has been added to context menus of Objects, Links
  and the Canvas itself (Query properties).
+ Possibility to catch error both on the server and client has been added.
  1. The new BaseHandler.OnException event has been made. It allows 
  overriding the message passed to the client.
  2. The new AQB.Web.QueryBuilder.Events.OnError method allows informing 
  the user about the error in another way.
+ The new property CriteriaBuilder.dateFormat allows changing the date 
  display format. Default value: "dd.mm.yy". Possible values are listed here:
  http://api.jqueryui.com/datepicker/#option-dateFormat
+ The new DataSourceOptions.resizeMode property has been added to change the
  way the user can resize objects in the Canvas. Default value: "se" 
  (bottom-right corner). Possible values are listed here:
  http://api.jqueryui.com/resizable/#option-handles
- Criteria Builder: The bug with the bool fields type has been fixed.
- The bug with displaying splitters in the Internet Explorer has been fixed.
= Other minor changes have been made.
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