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Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition History

December 12, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.12.5

- The bug with 'undefined' title tag for folder nodes in the Database Schema
  View has been fixed. 
- The bug with loading queries with complex join expressions has been fixed.
= The need for RefreshDatasourcesMetadata method call after changing content
  of Metadata Container has been eliminated.
- Other minor bug fixes are made.

November 10, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.12.4

- Sorting in the Database Schema View by alternate names is performed in the
  appropriate mode.
+ A new row is now added to the Query Columns Grid on double click on a field
  in the Datasource field list, but it doesn't get checked. That allows for a
  quick addition of conditions for fields.

November 01, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.12.3

- The bug with double click on an object in results of filtration in the 
  Schema Tree View has been fixed.
- The bug on clicking the "Check all" popup menu command of the datasource
  field list has been fixed.

October 28, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.12.2

+ Database objects and fields can be added to the query by double click in 
  the new Objects Tree View.
- The bug with multiple collapsing and expanding nodes of the Objects Tree
  View has been fixed.
- The bug with incorrect quotation of fields has been fixed.

October 21, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.12.1

= The component now restores its state correctly after the session expiration
  if the component was loaded separately from the web page.

October 19, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.12.0

+ Ability to restore the component's state after session expiration without
  reloading the page has been made.
= Ping action now detects session expiration.
+ Overlay to disable visual UI controls is made. The new functions are 
  added to show/hide the overlay: QB.Web.Application.showOverlay(message),
  QB.Web.Application.hideOverlay().
+ New functions are added to set and clear the filter for the Database
  Schema Tree: QB.Web.Application.TreeComponent.setFilter(filter),
  QB.Web.Application.TreeComponent.clearFilter().
- The bug with not displaying fields if object added twice to the canvas 
  has been fixed.
- The procedure parameters dialog was displayed incorrectly using the old
  database schema control. Fixed now.
- The bug with incorrect displaying of objects in the old schema tree
  control in MVC projects is fixed.
- A memory leak while using the control in "Multiple Queries Per Session"
  mode has been eliminated.

September 23, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.11.9

- The bug with inability to modify table alias is fixed.

September 21, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.11.8

+ PostgreSQL: Support for custom aggregate functions is added.
- Query Transformer: The bug with incorrect generation of the ORDER BY
  clause if column alias is same as field name is fixed.
- The bug with invalid generation of queries containing derived tables 
  when the SQLGenerationOptions.QuoteAllIdentifiers property is set to true
  is fixed.
- The bug with inability to uncheck a field in datasource field list is
  fixed.

September 01, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.11.7

- The bug with displaying real object names instead of alternate names in
  the Database Schema View is fixed.
= Diagnostic messages about server errors and incorrect communication with
  the server made clearer.

August 16, 2016

Active Query Builder 2 ASP.NET Edition v.2.11.6

= A reference to NewtonSoft.Json assembly is updated in the sample projects.
+ The new SqlEditor.OnEditorSQLUpdated event is added.
- The bug with same named columns not showing in the Query Columns grid
  is fixed.

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In summary Active Query Builder provides excellent components, great support and a very flexible feature set. It has allowed us to provide features to our end users that I did not think would be possible in the first release of our new tools and in a timeframe that was much shorter than planned. I would recommend that anyone dealing with databases in the .Net world should be aware of this component and its capabilities!


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