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December 11, 2018

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.0

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.0.

+ Support for RAD Studio 10.3 Rio has been added.
+ Support for DevExpress controls v.18.2 has been added.
+ Initial support of SAP Hana SQL syntax has been added.
+ Initial support of Pervasive SQL syntax has been added.
+ MySQL: Support for Common Table Expressions for MySql v8+ has been added.
+ SQL Text Editor: Code auto-completion improvements and fixes have been
  made.
+ Now it's possible to add and remove rows in the Query Columns List using
  the Alt+Insert and Alt+Delete keyboard shortcuts, move them up and down
  using the Alt+[Arrow Up/Down] keys.
= Parsing of incorrect/incomplete "IN" expressions in condition cells of 
  the Query Columns List has been improved.
= The behavior of LinkOptions.CreateLinksByIdenticalFieldNames property
  has been changed. Links are created only if one of the fields is a part 
  of the primary key.
= DevExpress UI: Better application of skin colors has been made.
+ The new  properties have been added to the QueryBuilder object to hide the
  controls for managing subqueries: SubQueryTabsVisible, UnionNavBarVisible.
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