Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition History

November 11, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= The new helper is made to get the SQL text with custom formatting: The 
  GetSQL(SQLGenerationOptions) method is added to QueryBuilder, SQLQuery, 
  and QueryRoot objects.
= The structure of conditions in the query is preserved better now after 
  the parsing.
= The look and behavior of the MemoEditor control in Properties Bar have
  been improved.
- The UNIQUE keyword is recognized and saved correctly now.

November 01, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- Saved Queries widget: The bug with items deletion has been fixed.
- Full-Featured MDI Demo: Metadata filter editor has been fixed.

October 29, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- The bug with quoted names in "simple" metadata filters has been fixed.

October 22, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

+ PostgreSQL: Support for the "DISTINCT ON ()" clause has been added.
+ VistaDB: The new metadata provider for VistaDB 6 has been added. 
- Usage of one MetadataStructure as an item in another MetadataStructure 
  is possible now. This allows building a tree with objects from different
  database connections.
= Generic Syntax Provider: Datasource loading has been speeded-up.
- Informix: Support for sub-queries has been fixed.
- Generic Syntax Provider: loads metadata from Oracle fine now.

October 12, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= Database Schema Tree: The expansion of nodes with many children has been
   speeded up.
= Informix: Support for new built-in functions (LEFT, RIGHT) has been added.
+ Informix: Support for derived tables for IDS11+ has been made.
- PostgreSQL: Comparison operators precedence has been corrected.

October 01, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= PostgreSQL: Handling of "partial" expressions like "=1" is improved.

September 25, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= Informix: Objects from all schemas can be used without schema prefix.
- The bug with extra fields for materialized views has been fixed.
= The new Alt+Enter shortcut has been added to open the Expression Editor
  from the Query Column List Control (the previous Shift+F2 shortcut still
= QueryColumnListItemChanging and QueryColumnListItemChanged events are
  fired now for new items too.
- Editor for the deprecated DefaultExpandLevel property has been removed
  from all Basic demos.
= SQL Text Editor: Text drawing has been speeded up, the work with clipboard
  has been fixed.
- Lots of minor fixes have been made.

August 25, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= Metadata Container Editor: A tooltip and a button are added to show/hide
  the metadata structure tree.
- Metadata Container Editor: Minor fixes are made.
- The Favourites folder node is not removed now from the Metadata Structure
  tree on clearing.
- Metadata Container Editor: The bug with loading metadata from Oracle is

August 09, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- The NRE on deleting a datasource has been eliminated.

August 02, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- The MetadataItemLoading event is fired now even if the
  MedatataLoadingOptions.OfflineMode property is set to true.
- The appliance of system colors is made correctly now. 
- QueryNavigationBar: The overflow panel works properly now.

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