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Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition History

May 08, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.3.565

- Processing of the prefix character (&) is turned off when drawing field names
  and descriptions in design pane datasource object.
- DevExpress: Painting of empty parentheses in field descriptions in datasource
  objects on design pane is turned off.
- Oracle: Support for REGEXP_LIKE function is added.
- Incorrect grouping on assigning sort order for aggregated expressions is
  fixed.

April 29, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.3.564

= Usability of the Activation Wizard is improved.

April 25, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.3.563

- Setting of the PanesConfigurationOptions.RightTreePaneWidth and
  PanesConfigurationOptions.LeftTreePaneWidth properties before the form become
  visible might have no effect. Fixed now.

April 23, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.3.562

= Better icons for Import and Export buttons are made in the Metadata Editor.
= Language files are updated with new strings from QueryPropertiesOracleForm.
- DB2 and Oracle: Duplication of the "TABLE" wrapper for stored procedures in
  FROM clause is fixed.
- MetadataItem.Tag property was not copied during the object copying. Fixed now.
- QueryStructureTree did not update after become visible in run-time. Fixed now.

April 19, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.3.561

+ Oracle: Optimizer hints can be edited via the Query Properies dialog.
= Fields list loading for stored proceduress is improved.
- Small fixes in the Full Featured Demo are made.

April 17, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.3.560

- The Add Object Form is fixed.
- The exception on changing the DesignPaneOverviewVisible property in run-time
  is eliminated.
- SQL Text Editor: The exception on disposing is eliminated.
- Metadata Editor: Trees were not updated after import of custom metadata
  structure from file. Fixed now.

April 12, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.2.559

+ SQL Text Editor and Expression Editor: The WordWrap property is added.
+ SQL Text Editor: Performance is improved.
+ The new properties are added to MetadataStructureOptions representing images
  for virtual objects and fields: VirtualObjectImageIndex and 
  VirtualFieldImageIndex.
= Aliases are emitted instead of expressions in the Order By clause when
  possible.
= Turkish translation is updated.
- SQL Text Editor: Exception on loading manually added malformed metadata
  objects is eliminated.
- MS Access: Support for TRIM builtin function is made.
- Incorrect loading of some complex conditions is fixed.
- DB2: Database prefix is skipped now for AS400 DB2 versions.
- Metadata loading when using the GenericSyntaxProvider is fixed.

April 05, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.1.558

- DevExpress controls factory: The ellipsis button in the Expression column of
  QueryColumnListControl is fixed.
- Loading of the DevExpressControlFactory assembly when used from Excel-DNA is
  fixed.

April 03, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.1.557

= References to DevExpress assemblies are updated to v12.2.7.0.

April 02, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.2.1.556

- The bug with NullReferenceException when deleting CTE is fixed.
- The bug with NullReferenceException when adding a procedure to the design pane
  and canceled the Procedure Properties dialog is fixed.

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