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November 14, 2012

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.0.8.527

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.0.8.527.

+ Add Object Form: Filtration is fixed, delay on filtering is added.
+ The new QueryColumnListOptions.AlternateRowColor property is made to allow
  for colorizing even rows in the Query Columns grid.
+ MS SQL Compact Edition: Fetching metadata using INFORMATION_SCHEMA system
  views is added to the metadata provider.
+ API Reference in HTML Help format (CHM) is added.
= SQL Parser performance is improved.
= Source code solution and project files are upgraded to VS2010 format.
= Datasource field list sorting is applied to existing datasources 
  immediately now.
- Drawing of link cardinalities is fixed.
- Sybase: The "START AT" clause support is fixed.
- Painting of descriptions in the datasource field lists is fixed.
- DevExpress Controls Factory: Sorting in the Database Schema Tree is fixed.
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