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December 05, 2013

Active Query Builder Java Edition v.1.7.0.1134

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder Java Edition v.1.7.0.1134.

+ The new button is now shown at the right of the focused datasource on Design
  pane to allow easy adding of linked objects to the query. The feature is also
  available from the datasource context menu.
+ The new ShowLinkedObjectsButton property is addeed.
- Auto-detection of Teradata and SQL CE servers is fixed.
- Loading of WHERE joins with subqueries referencing other datasources is fixed.
- PostgreSQL: Support for AT TIME ZONE expression, ROW constructor expression,
  and ORDER BY in aggregate functions is fixed.
- MS SQL Server: "PARSE" is a valid identifier now.
- MS SQL Server: The conflict between "char" and "nchar" identifiers and 
  same-named built-in functions is eliminated.
= MS SQL Server: Parsing of nested function calls is speeded up.
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