Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.126.96.36.199.
+ SQLite: The query properties form is made to define LIMIT, etc. + SQLite: The component now can fetch metadata from "attached" databases - SQLite: LIMIT support in the main query is fixed. - SQL dialects without databases support (like Oracle) didn't skip default schema from object names. Fixed now. + Oracle: Fetching user comments for objects and fields into LongDescription is made. + Improved processing of user input in Criteria cells. Now strings like "like qwe qwe" will be translated to "like 'qwe qwe'". + MS SQL Server: DatePart, DateName, DateDiff, DateAdd builtin functions support is made. - Oracle: Parsing of the SEED keyword is fixed. + The new property: IActiveQueryBuilderX.SQLSyntaxParams - can be used to control some server-specific syntax options. = The control is compiled with Delphi 2010 IDE to eliminate runtime leaks. - Oracle: Recursive query format is fixed now. - MS SQL: Most type names can be used are valid identifiers now. + The new properties are made to control case sensitivity of metadata filter items: IMetadataFilterItem.SchemaMaskCaseSensitive and IMetadataFilterItem.ObjectMaskCaseSensitive. + The new properties are made to force the query builder to show or omit the AS keyword in alias definition: IActiveQueryBuilderX.AsKeywordInExpressionAlias and IActiveQueryBuilderX.AsKeywordInObjectAlias. - Some small fixes are made for custom aggregate functions support. - Subtle AV on closing control is fixed. + The new demo is made to illustrate custom letadata loading in .NET and ASP.NET projects (CSCustomMetadataLoading).
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