Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition History

April 26, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.20.3

+ Direct connection to ODBC data sources is possible now. You can simply assign
  your ODBC connection string to the ConnectionString property.
= "Check/Uncheck All" items are added to the context menu of derived table's
  field list.
- MS Access: LEFT and RIGHT are accepted as builtin function names now.
- Grouping doesn't set now on assigning sort order for aggregated expressions.
= Additional brackets are added now on loading conditions to a non-empty cell.
- FieldsList.ItemHeight is updated now when TableFont is changed.
= Alias quotation is removed in the Alias column.

April 12, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.20.2

- Scrolling of partially visible items before check in DataSource check list box
  is handled correctly now.
= Aliases are emitted in the Order By clause when possible.
= French localization is updated.

April 07, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.20.1

- MS Access: Support of TRIM builtin function is added.
- Incorrect loading of complex conditions fixed
- Interbase: Parsing some builtin functions is fixed.
- Interbase: EXTRACT function is supported.
+ Oracle: Named parameters in function calls are supported now.
- Oracle: resolve ambiguity in parsing qualified column name with method call
- Oracle: Support of CONNECT_BY_ROOT and preserving order of START WITH/CONNECT
  BY is made.
= PostgreSql: Some date/time and system functions like CURRENT_DATE or USER
  could not be quoted. Fixed now.

February 28, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.20.0

+ Greek translation is added.
+ The new "Add Union Sub-query" button is added to the Union navigation bar.
+ The new button is added to each datasource to collapse/expand it's field list.

February 22, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.19.11

- Oracle: The DATE built-in function is added.

February 21, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.19.10

+ Firebird: ROWS clause is supported now.
+ The new IActiveQueryBuilderX.SelectListAlternateRowColor property is made to
  mark even rows of the grid. 

February 18, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.19.9

+ Teradata syntax provider is updated. Query properties form is revised.
- 64-bit OCX is added to the root installation folder.
- Oracle: Support for method call expressions is made.
- Other minor bug fixes are made.

January 26, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.19.8

+ The x64 version is made.
= The "CTE" prefix is added to the CTE sub-query tabs to distinguish them from
  other sub-queries.
= Unnecesary parens are not written for nested conditions now.

January 16, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.

+ Support of Teradata syntax is made. The xsTeradata (=120) constant should be
  assigned to the SQLSyntax property to use this syntax.
= Conditions like "<= @DT_END AND >= @DT_START" are loaded into one cell now.

January 14, 2013

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.19.7

+ Oracle: Support for KEEP expression is added.
+ An algorithm of choosing datasources for links with complex expressions is
+ Double clicking on a datasource column moves focus to the first criteria cell
  of the newly added criteria item.
+ Select item alias is used as subquery tab caption now.
- Query Builder background and link colors are changed to system constants.
- MS SQL Server: "PATH" is treated as a valid identifier now.
- Sybase: FIRST clause is fixed.
- Sybase: Query limit transformation is fixed.
- Oracle: Usage of ANY, ALL and SOME in comparison expressions is fixed.
+ Interbase: ROWS clause is supported now.
+ MS SQL Server 2012: Parse and Try_Parse functions are supported.
+ MS SQL Server 2012: ROW and RANGE clause in OVER expression are supported.

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