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January 22, 2011

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.16

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.16.

+ Now it's possible to rename and remove CTE sub-queries from the query using
  the sub-query tab context menu.
+ Parsing of derived tables without aliases is possible now.
+ Oracle: Extract function for XML queries is supported now.
+ MySQL: REGEXP and RLIKE functions are supported now.
- The expressions with fields from sub-query are deleted now if these fields are 
  removed from respective sub-query (applied to all types of sub-queries).
- Minor changes in the properties dialogs are made. 
- Wrong cast while processing the "not(not expression)" is fixed.
+ Fixup columns by object's base name is made. I.e. in the query "select
  orders.id from db.schema.orders", the component correctly identifies the
  "orders.id" as a field of the "db.schema.orders" object.
- Height calculation of the Link Properties form is fixed.
- MySQL: The differences between mysql.atg and mysql_ansi.atg are eliminated.
= The FROM keyword is always generated now for Oracle and DB2 dialects as it is
  mandatory there.
- The icon for synonyms is added to the database objects tree.
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