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December 02, 2011

Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.18.1

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition v.1.18.1.

+ The new property IActiveQueryBuilderX.FilterSqlByActiveQueryPart is added. 
  It allows you to generate the SQL query text not for the whole query, but
  for active part of the query only. Possible values are the following:
  qpQuery=0 (default): generate SQL text for the whole query;
  qpSubQuery=1: generate text for the currently active sub-query tab;
  qpUnionSubQuery=2: generate text for the currently active union sub-query.
  The generated SQL text of active query part can be read from or written to 
  the IActiveQueryBuilderX.ActiveQueryPartSQL property. 
  The OnActiveQueryPartSQLChanged event is fired when ActiveQueryPartSQL 
  is changed.
+ The new IActiveQueryBuilderX.FilterTabsByActiveQueryPart property is added. 
  It allows to hide the tabs that do not belong to the currently active query
  part. Possible values are the same as for the FilterSqlByActiveQueryPart.
- MySQL: Parsing of sub-queries in criteria cells is fixed.
- Loading of outer joins in WHERE is fixed.
- The link popup menu does not allow to create FULL OUTER joins for links in
  WHERE clause now.
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