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September 04, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.13.10.0

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.13.10.0.

+ Installer: C++ Builder 2010 support is fixed.
+ Installer: DevExpress ExpressSkins and QuantumTreeList versio auto detection
  and automatic sources configuration is made.
- DevExpress ExpressSkins and QuantumTreeList 4 support is fixed.
+ Oracle and PostgreSQL: interval literals support is added.
+ Custom Aggregate Functions support is made.
+ MS SQL Server: Custom aggregate functions fetching is made.
+ The INNER keyword can be omitted now in join specifications for Firebird,
  Interbase and MS SQL Server via the InnerKeywordInLinks property.
= NexusDB connectivity package is upgraded to 3.01.
= DBISAM connectivity package upgraded to 4.28.
= Refactoring: TacMetadataFieldNamesList is renamed to 
  TacMetadataQualifiedNamesList.
- CROSS JOIN processing bug is fixed.
- LoadMetadataDemo and QueryModificationDemo are fixed for RAD Studio 2010.
- Access violation when user delete a table which used in a correlated query 
  is fixed.
- The "NULLS FIRST" and "NULLS LAST" ordering options representation is fixed
  in grid.
- Access violation in Delphi 5-7 when loading SQL in OnExit event of SQL edit
  is fixed.
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