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January 21, 2011

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition v.0.4.3

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition v.0.4.3.

+ The LayoutSQL property is added to the QueryBuilderControl. Using it you may 
  save and restore a query among with sizes and positions of objects within the 
  design area.
+ The DefaultDatasourceWidth and MaxDefaultDatasourceHeight properties are added 
  to the Canvas object to specify initial size of datasources at design pane.
+ Query Structure Analysis demo project is made to illustate ability of the 
  component to analyze and modify complex SQL queries.
= Trial: Now it's necessary to assign a syntax provider object to the 
  QueryBuilder.SyntaxProvider property.
- The bug with run-time changing of language of the control is fixed.
- The bug with Datasource Properties dialog is fixed now.
- The bug with auto-arranging of datasources within the design area is fixed.
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