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Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition History

October 24, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.9.5.2237

= DataSourceGroup: The new method SetNewDataSourcesOrder is added to reorder
  datasources within a group.
= DB2: "TABLE_NAME" and "TABLE_SCHEMA" functions from metadata queries as they
  don't exist in older DB2 versions.
- The bug with restoring UserQueries is fixed.
- Design Pane: Objects drag-n-drop is fixed.
- Design Pane: The bug with selecting fields in datasources with the Ctrl key is
  fixed.

September 20, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.9.4.2236

+ SAP Hana: Support for CHAR builtin function is added.

August 29, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.9.2.2234

- Wrapping into a derived table for queries with CTE is fixed.

August 22, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.9.1.2233

= DB2: The query to load objects is optimized.
= Oracle: Non-default scale for numeric fields is shown.
- Wrapping into a derived table is corrected.
- SQL Text Editor: The paint of suggestion items is improved.
- The DataSourceControl disposal is fixed.

July 15, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.9.0.2232

+ Now it's possible to select multiple datasources in the Design Pane in 
  different ways:
  - select all datasources in a rectangular area with the mouse, 
  - select individual datasources while holding the Ctrl key,
  - select all the intermediate datasources between the given two ones
    (by joins) holding the Shift key.
+ The new "Wrap into derived table" action is added to the datasource 
  context menu to pack one or several datasources in a new derived table 
  preserving the joins and conditions in the current subquery. 
= The new BehaviorOptions.GenerateWhereConditionsForAggregates property is 
  added to set the "for values" option for aggregated query column list 
  items by default.
- Pervasive: SQL parser ambiguity in datetime functions is eliminated.

July 05, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.8.29.2230

- The bug with selecting table.* elements in sub-queries is fixed.

July 01, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.8.28.2229

- The bug on loading fields with Alternate Names is fixed.

June 28, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.8.27.2228

- The bug in SubQuery.CanMoveCTETo for CTEs with subqueries is fixed.
- The NRE on moving CTE on the Subquery Navigation Bar is eliminated.
- Field list calculation for subqeries with alternate names is fixed.

June 17, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.8.26.2227

= Subquery Navigation Bar: Usability is improved.
= Derived table and CTE context menus are revised.
- Subquery fields list calculation using AltNames is fixed.
- The loading of links with OUTER joins is fixed.
- Serialization of MetadataStructureItem.MetadataName is fixed.

June 02, 2022

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.8.25.2226

! BaseSyntaxProvider: The OnCalcExpressionType is converted from property 
  to event. This change may require manual editing of *.Designer.cs files 
  to remove lines like "OnCalcExpressionType = null;"
= MySQL: Support for JSON extraction operators is added.
= Oracle: Precision for the NUMBER type is displayed now.
= New methods to collect and resolve object name conflicts are added.
- The bug with unchecking datasource fields is fixed.

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