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January 11, 2010

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.14.14.0

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.14.14.0.

+ Spanish and russian translations are updated.
+ The new property is made to accept tabs in the columns pane.
  IActiveQueryBuilderXControls.SelectListOptions.AcceptTabs: VARIANT_BOOL
  (default true)
+ Firebird: "IS DISTINCT FROM" operator is supported now.
+ Signed .Net interop assemblies are added to the installation package.
+ MS SQL Server, Sybase: Support of the old-style TransactSQL outer join
  operators ("*=" and "*=") is made. 
+ Aliases for virtual calculated fields are added automatically now if they 
  aren't defined by the user.
+ The new property IActiveQueryBuilderX.MetadataXmlFile is added to be able to
  define it without JavaScript coding.
+ Firebird: Predefined context variables are supported now: CURRENT_DATE, 
  CURRENT_TIME and CURRENT_TIMESTAMP.
- The component doesn't trim right spaces when creating field's aliases from 
  alternate names now.
- MySQL: Better support of CONVERT function is made.
- PostgreSQL: Metadata filtration is fixed.
- The LayoutSQL property does not expand virtual fields and objects now.
- Create derived table access violation is fixed now.
- Sybase ASE: Relations metadata loading is fixed now.
- Assertion failed when syntax provider is changed. Fixed now.
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