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August 07, 2013

Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.4.5.586

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 2 WinForms Edition v.2.4.5.586.

! CriteriaBuilder API has been changed. The QueryBuilder property is removed,
  the QueryTransformer property is added. CriteriaBuilder now requires an 
  instance of the QueryTransformer component connected to the QueryBuilder 
  component in it's turn. This change will allow for changing of sorting and
  filters using the single QueryTransformer component. For example, you can
  handle mouse clicks on the column headers of the data grid to change sorting.
+ CriteriaBuilder: The new InvalidValueColor property is added.
= CriteriaBuilder: The content of dropdown list in column selection combobox 
  is filtered on typing text.
= CriteriaBuilder: The width of column selection combobox is automatically
  computed according to the width of list items.
- Oracle: Usage of the "TIMESTAMP" keyword as column name is possible now.
- Fixed redundant code generation in Visual Studio form designer.
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