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March 11, 2010

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.

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

+ Now it's possible to add Common Table Expressions visually using the context
  menu item of the query building area.
+ Wheel scrolling in field lists is made.
+ The new demo is added to demonstrate Virtual Objects And Fields feature.
+ The new demo is added to learn about Drag'n'Drop functionality.
= ParenthesizeSingleCriterion property is applied now to join conditions.
- Bug fixed: Wrong names fixup for select items like "table.*" if more than one
  "table" objects were used in the query.
- Firebird: Parameter names can use the '#' symbols now.
- The WorkOffline property wasn't taken into account when loading fields for
  stored procedures. Fixed now.
- MS Access: Bug with unsupported FULL OUTER JOIN is fixed.
- PostgreSQL: The list of unifying operators is fixed.
- MS Access: "NULL" is excluded from the list of valid identifiers.
= Internal parser objects caching is turned off as it's not necessary for 
  modern Delphi versions.
+ AnyDAC 2 metadata provider is made.
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