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January 20, 2014

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.7.1.623

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.7.1.623.

+ Virtual objects and fields are present in the Query Statistics among with 
  real objects expanded from virtual objects. 
  The new IsFromQuery and IsFromVirtual boolean properties are added to 
  StatisticsDatabaseObject and StatisticsField classes. 
  The IsFromQuery property is true if an object explicitly present in the query,
  the IsFromVirtual property is true if an object is expanded from a virtual
  object. Both properties can be set to true at a time if an object exists in
  the query in both ways.
+ Add Object Form: The "Show all objects..." item is shown among with the list
  of metadata structure nodes (usually namespaces). Double clicking on it
  displays flat list of all underlying objects.
+ The ClearSearchBox() public method is added.
= Universal Metadata Provider: The "TABLES" schema table is used now to fetch
  metadata.
- Clearing text in the search box before start of the search process is fixed.
- The bug with improper virtual objects alias expanding in column references
  is fixed.
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