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April 01, 2010

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.15.3.0

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.15.3.0.

- Explicit DevExpress styles definition is removed when Skins are enabled.
  This allows skin drawing the background.
- MS Access: Built-in function names are removed from the list of correct
  identifiers.
- Assertion failure error when you use alias same as object name is fixed now.
  (select * from Orders Orders)
- A better fields list in WITH clause support is made.
- Installer: Delphi 5 detection is fixed.
+ New toolbar buttons in the Main demo demonstrate some standard query builder
  operations, such as Add new object, Edit query properties, etc.
+ List of existing Common table expression is added to the "Add CTE" submenu.
+ SQLite: Support of string concatenation operator is made ("qwe" || "asd")
= Informix: Better server autodetection is made.
- AutoSyntaxProvider: Unnecessary server auto-detection is disabled for the
  Universal syntax.
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