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September 22, 2009

Active Query Builder Java Edition v.

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

+ The new properties are made to force the query builder to show or omit the AS
  keyword in alias definition. Use the QueryBuilder and PlainTextSQLBuilder 
  get/setAsKeywordInExpressionAlias() and get/setAsKeywordInObjectAlias()
  methods for this purpose.
+ The new events are added to control unchecking of a field from the datasource
  field list: DatasourceFieldRemoving and DatasourceFieldRemoved.
+ Basic support for custom aggregate functions is implemented.
+ MS SQL Server: Custom aggregate functions retrieving is implemented.
+ Oracle, PostgreSQL: Interval literals are supported now.
+ The INNER keyword can be omitted now in join specifications for Firebird and
  MS SQL via the get/setInnerKeywordInLinks() property.
= API changes: MetadataFieldNameList class is renamed to
- CROSS JOIN processing bug is fixed.
- Wrong link context menu coordinantes when the diagram pane is scrolled down
  are fixed.
- MSSQL: Parsing of DatePart and DateName functions is fixed.
- Oracle: Parsing of "CONNECT BY" and "START WITH" clauses sequence is fixed.
- Minor bugfix in metadata filtering is made.
- Bug with duplicating mixed case field names from case sensitive servers is
- MSSQL: Fixed parsing of fields those names match datatype names, like
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