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Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition History

September 07, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.26

- Query Columns Grid: Changes in inplace editors are committed on focus lost.
- PostgreSQL: Parsing of set operators is fixed.

August 02, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.25

- SQLite: Support for CHAR builtin function is added.

July 29, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.24

- Parsing of queries with grouping or ordering by integer constants is fixed.
  (treat them as column references)
= Query Columns List: Inplace editor is still visible now when focus is lost.
- PostgreSQL: User-defined prefix operator precedence is fixed.

July 15, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.23

- If word wrapping is enabled by the RightMargin property, wrapped text 
  is properly indented now.
- Informix: Support for date builtin functions like YEAR is fixed.
- MS SQL Server: Support for new DatePart items (ISO_WEEK, TZOffset, ...) 
  is made.
- The PropertiesXml property of QueryBuilder and PlainTextSQLBuilder 
  now accepts empty string.
- Focus is set to the Select List Control now when property 
  CustomExpressionBuilder.NewExpression is assigned.
= New constants are added to determine possible values of the
  UseCustomExpressionBuilder, DisableDirectEditingIn properties:
  acColumnNone = 0 - don't apply to any column,
  acColumnAll = 3 - apply to both Expression and Criteria columns.
- Split Panel: Bottom and top heights ratio is updated when absolute value 
  of the bottom panel height is set.

July 11, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.22

+ New properties are added to the SelectListOptions group:
  UseCustomExpressionBuilder, DisableDirectEditingIn. Possible values:
  acColumnExpressions = 1 - apply to Expression column, 
  acColumnConditions = 2, - apply to Criteria and subsequent columns,
  acColumnExpressions+acColumnConditions = 3 - apply to both.
+ The Design Area and Query Columns Grid are resized proportionally now
  on rezising the control.
= The QueryBuilder.Clear method preserves design pane splitter position.
= Linked Objects menu: a table wouldn't been added to query if such 
  object already presents in this sub query.
- The SQLBuilder.IndentGlobal property is fixed now.
- Fonts are scaled according to the parent font now.
- Unnamed columns from derived tables aren't shown on the Design Pane.
- Column aliases aren't used anymore in the GROUP BY clause if server 
  doesn't support that.

June 16, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.21

- Query layout doesn't restored from empty layout data.
- Erroneous token number was reported incorrectly on SQL parsing error.
  Fixed now.

May 31, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.20

+ Aliases are assigned now for aggregated columns.
- Add Object Dialog: Previously selected schema is restored correctly.
- Statistics isn't updated now if QueryBuilder in "destroying" state
- MS SQL Server: Parsing speed is improved.
- Loading of a CROSS JOIN in the middle of the FROM clause is fixed.

March 21, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.19

- Changes made to criteria of invisible cells weren't applied to the query.

March 16, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.18

- Loading of subqueries from condition cells for "IN (subquery)"
  expressions is fixed.

March 15, 2016

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.26.17

- The ActiveQueryBuilderX.MetadataContainer.DefaultSchemaNames collection
  is fixed.
= Better row height sizing in the Select List Control using custom fonts
  is made. 
- The error with quotation of sub-query text in the cells of Select List
  Control is fixed.

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