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May 19, 2015

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.25.0

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.25.0.

+ Support of RTL languages is improved.
+ Ability to select muptiple rows in the Query Columns Grid eases 
  re-ordering of query columns.
= The Aggregate column of the Query Columns Grid is moved closer to the 
  Grouping column.
= Now when query grouping is cancelled by unchecking the main Grouping 
  option, the ConditionType ("Criteria For" column) is set to ctWhere 
  ("For values") only for non-aggregated columns.
- QueryTransformer: Wrapping of queries with several unnamed columns is
= ANSI SQL/2003: Using the TABLE wrapper for stored procedures in FROM is 
  possible now.
+ AdvantageDB: Support for IIF builtin function is made.
- AdvantageDB: Parsing of the LEFT and RIGHT builtin functions is fixed.
- MySQL: Support for CHAR builtin function is made.
- DB2: Duplication of the TABLE wrapper for stored procedures is fixed.
= Informix: The system "INFORMIX" schema now treated as non-system if no
  other schemas are found.
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