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October 11, 2011

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.17.8

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.17.8.

= Ordering for the query column is removed now when grouping become unchecked;
  grouping is checked when ordering added.
= Grouping is turned on for the query column when user indicates it's conditions
  to be appled for groups (i.e. to the HAVING clause).
= MS SQL Server: "FOR XML" clause is updated to support Ms Sql Server "Denali".
= MySQL: COALESCE, GREATEST, LEAST and INTERVAL added to the list of builtin
= PostgreSQL: Function "substring('test',1,2)" is converted to "substring('test'
  from 1 for 2)" on parsing the query.
= Firebird: INT type alias is supported.
- AV when editing the query columns list in rare cases is fixed.
- Assignment of unnecessary aliases for expressions in rare cases is fixed.
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