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April 11, 2014

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.8.0.647

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.8.0.647.

+ Support for MS SQL Server 2014 is added.
+ The tool to conver metadata XML from the old v.1.x format to new is 
  available as .NET assembly ActiveDatabaseSoftware.MetadataXmlConverter.dll.
+ Quick Search in the Database Schema Tree is now able to search by field 
  names. Use the new property DatabaseSchemaTreeOptions.SearchFields to enable
  this feature.
= Database Schema Tree now emphasizes the search string with underscore.
- Add Object Form: The Enter key press response in the object list is fixed.
- DevExpress Controls Factory: Non-default tree sorting modes are fixed.
- OLE DB Metadata Provider: MetadataField.FieldType loading is fixed.
- MS SQL Server syntax: Parsing of method call chain is fixed.
- MySQL: DATE and TIME types parsing ambuiguities are eliminated.
- DB2, MySQL, PostgreSQL and ANSI SQL standards: DATE, TIME and TIMESTAMP
  literals are supported now.
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