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Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition History

January 19, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.11.1118

= Items order in the GROUP BY clause of the parsed query is now preserved
  unless explicitly changed by the user.
= The Interface Customization demo is updated. The sample of usage of the 
  ValidateContextMenu event is updated.
= SQL Text Editor supports customizing context menus now.
- Slow loading of Expression Editor has been fixed.
- Turning off grouping in the query via the global Grouping checkbox in the
  header of Query Columns List may lead to inconsistent queries. Fixed now.
- Customization of the Query Column List context menu has been fixed. 
- Query Transformer: The bug with the generation of ORDER BY clause for
  a wrapped query has been fixed.

December 22, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.9.1116

= Mistyped or incomplete conditions detection has been improved.
- The bug with clicking the Grouping checkbox in Query Column List 
  control has been fixed. 
- Demos: Typos and connection descriptors mismatch have been corrected.
- The bug with moving focus over the cells of Query Column List control
  left and right by keyboard arrow keys has been fixed.
- Changing the height of lines is now corrected by taking into the 
  account the font of Query Column List control.
= VistaDB: References to the client library is updated to the latest
  version.

December 13, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.8.1115

= SQL text generation and parsing have been speeded up. 
- PostgreSQL: Parsing ambiguities for INTERVAL and AT TIME ZONE have been
  eliminated. 
- The bug with the Query Navigation Bar showing/hiding has been fixed. 
- The bug with keyboard navigation by Tab key in the Query Columns Grid 
  has been fixed. 
- The notification about SQL expression errors in conditions has been
  corrected.

December 11, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.7.1114

- The bug with focusing on an incorrect field if fields filtration is 
  turned on is fixed now.
- The close ("x") button of the Search and Replace dialog is now displayed 
  correctly in all cases.

November 29, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.6.1113

= Main localizations have been updated.
+ MS SQL Server: Support for SQL 2017 specific syntax of CONCAT_WS,
  TRANSLATE, and TRIM functions and query hints has been added.
- Stored procedure parameter values validation in the Properties bar has
  been fixed.
- The unhandled exception on clicking Condition cells has been eliminated.

November 26, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.6.1112

= MS SQL Server: Column aliases for functions are allowed now.
- Expression Editor: Dragging functions from the list to the text editor 
  has been fixed.
- The problem with join expressions in the WHERE clause in correlated
  subqueries has been fixed.
- SQL Text Editor: Caret positioning by mouse has been made more accurate.
- The notification about errors in Criteria expressions has been fixed.
- Other minor bug fixes have been made.

November 03, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.5.1111

- Memory leaks for undisposed AstNode objects have been eliminated. Took 
  place when you have a long-life SQLContext object and use it to process
  multiple SQLQuery objects.

November 01, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.5.1110

+ The new DatabaseSchemaViewOptions.DefaultExpandFolderNodes property has
  been added to control the initial expansion of nodes which aren't tied 
  to a specific MetadataItem object. Default value: False.
= An error is displayed now in Properties dialogs preventing the dialog
  close on clicking the OK button when incorrect SQL expression is entered
  for one of the properties.
= Query Columns List: The Shift+F2 shortcut is added now to call the
  Expression Editor in Expression and Criteria cells.
- Query Column List: Tab key navigation has been fixed, cells now save 
  editing state after using the Expression Editor dialog.
- Minor Properties Bar fixes have been made, Tab key navigation has been
  fixed.
- Emptying Link Expression now results in displaying a specific error
  message.
- SQL Text Editor: Appliance of the font to the suggestion window has been
  fixed.
- SQL Text Editor: The Replace text functionality is back.
- SQL Text Editor: Suggestion list item origin icons size has been
  corrected.
- MS SQL Server: The bug with retrieving primary key when a table contains
  Clustered Index has been fixed.
- PostgreSQL: Parsing of the AT TIME ZONE operator has been fixed.
- Memory leaks when QueryBuilder component hasn't disposed have been
  eliminated.

October 18, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.4.1109

- The regression in the case of the Database Schema Tree re-initialization 
  introduced in the previous build has been eliminated.

October 17, 2018

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.3.5.4.1108

- The bug with applying the DefaultExpandMetadataType property on
  initializing the Database Schema Tree has been fixed.
- SQL Text Editor: The bug with positioning the cursor by mouse in the case
  of the large text padding has been fixed.
- The bug with localizing context menu in the Reusable Queries View has been
  fixed.
- The bug with restoring a query with layout has been fixed.

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