Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.31.9.
= Criteria Builder: Entering values in the list editor is made easier: Enter now moves focus to the next item, Alt+Home/End shortcuts move focus to the first/last item in the list. = Criteria Builder: Automatic transition between date parts in DateTime picker when typing is made. = Criteria Builder: Icons are scaled properly in HiDPI resolutions now. - Criteria Builder: Entering minutes same as months is fixed in the DateTime picker. = Design Pane: Join type markers in MSSQL-style mode are scaled properly in HiDPI resolutions now. - Query Column List: Row selection and re-ordering by mouse is fixed. - Query Column List: "=TRUE" is added automatically to the Criteria cell on entering logical expressions like "EXISTS" sub-queries. = MS SQL Server: Support for "FOR JSON" clause is added. = MS SQL Server: Support of JOIN without type is added. - Oracle: Parsing of default value clause for conversion functions is fixed. - SAP Hana: Parsing of YEAR/HOUR/MINUTE/... builtin functions is fixed. - PostgreSQL: The DEFAULT token is added to the list of keywords. - InterBase: The bug with applying limits in the QueryTransformer is fixed. - SQLite: Extracting DateTime values from the parsed expression is fixed.
[ Legend: ] [ + New feature ] [ = Improved/changed feature ] [ - Bug fix ] [ ! Important notice ]
You can always get the latest trial version of Active Query Builder VCL Edition at the download page.
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