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November 12, 2009

Active Query Builder Java Edition v.

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

+ The new property is/setLoadJoinsFromWhereClause() is added to instruct the
  Query Builder to not treat expressions like "tbl1.FieldName = tbl2.FieldName"
  as joins. They will be loaded as generic WHERE clause expressions instead.
+ The new method getSchemaNames() to retrieve list of database schemas is added 
  to syntax providers.
- LayoutSQL now saves SQL without virtual objects expansion.
- Virtual objects can have empty aliases. If alias is empty, AQB creates one
  from the virtual object name.
- Metadata relations loading from Sybase ASE is fixed.
- DB2: Metadata filtering is fixed.
- DiagramObjectDeleting event was not fired when closing a diagram object
  through its context menu. Fixed now.
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