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September 29, 2014

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.9.0.684

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.9.0.684.

+ The new feature "User Queries" is added to allow for creation of
  reusable virtual objects containing a previously saved query.
+ The new "Reusable Queries" pane is added below the Database Schema Tree.
  Use the PanesConfigurationOptions.UserQueriesPaneVisible property to
  show/hide this pane. To save and load ueser queries use import/export
  methods of the QueryBuilder.UserQueries object.
+ The Show Query By Parts demo is replaced with the improved SubQuery
  Results Preview demo.
+ Query Transformer now supports Skip() with ROW_NUMBER ranking function 
  for DB2 and MS SQL Server 2005-2008.
+ MS Access: Query Transformer is able to use Limit() with MS Access now.
- MS SQL Server: The mistyped DATETIMEOFFSETFROMPARTS function name is 
  corrected.
- DevExpress: Crash on Delete command of the CTE tab context menu is fixed.
- The bug on closing last datasource in CTE is fixed.
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