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October 17, 2019

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.11

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.11.

+ SQL Text Editor: The content of suggestion list is now loaded and 
  calculated in a background thread.
- Minor bugs in the Query Structure Tree have been fixed.
+ Oracle: OFFSET/FETCH support for Oracle 12+
+ PostgreSQL: add DISTINCT ON support
= New properties have been added to ANSI standard and Universal syntax
  providers: IsSupportDatabases and IsSupportSchemas.
= Informix: Support for new built-in functions (LEFT, RIGHT) has been added.
+ Informix: Support for derived tables for IDS11+ has been made.
= Informix: Objects from all schemas can be used without schema prefix.
- PostgreSQL: Comparison operators precedence has been corrected.
= PostgreSQL: Handling of "partial" expressions like "=1" is improved.
- PostgreSQL: Filtration of camel-cased names using QueryTransformer has 
  been fixed.
- Pervasive: The bug with a dot before the table name has been fixed.
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