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May 30, 2013

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.21.0

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.21.0.

+ The new TacQueryTransformer component is added. It is intended to easily
  modify SQL query sorting, filtration and aggregation programmatically. 
+ RAD Studio XE4 support is added.
= The new TacBaseSyntaxProvider.AppendLimitsForFieldsQuery property is added
  to enable/disable the "0<>0" condition in the field list retrieval queries. 
+ The new properties are added to the TacExpressionBuilderParams class that is 
  passed to the OnCustomExpressionEditor event handler:
  ExpressionKind (ekExpression, ekWhere or ekHaving), RelatedExpression,
  RelatedField, RelatedObject.
= Internal change: Binding of column names is not performed now if fieldless
  datasources are in the scope.
= MySQL: The BINARY prefix operator is supported now.
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