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August 01, 2012

Active Query Builder Java Edition v.

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

+ Oracle: Optimizer hints are supported now.
+ The LinkChanging and LinkChanged events are added.
= MS SQL Server: T-SQL joins (*=) are disabled if ServerVersion is Auto.
- DB2: Support for MINUS union operator is added. Since it is just an alias, 
  it will be automatically converted to EXCEPT.
- Oracle: The bug with the "TYPE" keyword is fixed.
- Oracle: Support for the full form of XMLAGG aggregate function is added.
- Oracle: Incorrect processing of IN clause with a single value in the set is
- MySQL: Support for full syntax of TRIM function is added.
- Exception on full joins when saving QueryStructureXML is fixed.
- Exception in "Add Object" dialog if object adding has been aborted in the
  DiagramObjectAdding event is fixed.
- Firing of DatasourceField* events on using of "Check All" and "Uncheck All"
  menu items is fixed.
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