Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition History

May 19, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

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April 29, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

+ The user can collapse the Preview area in the bottom-right corner of Design 
  Pane to an icon. It becomes completely hidden when the query diagram fits 
  the Design Pane.
+ It is now possible to switch grouping on and off via the Design Pane context 
+ Grouping marker is displayed for fields in the data source field list 
  (curly bracket is now used for grouping; sigma for aggregation). 
= Pervasive: Parsing of the DateAdd, DateDiff, and DatePart functions 
  and DOUBLE built-in type are fixed.
= DB2: Parsing of the EXCEPTION join and parsing backslash as a division in 
  expressions are fixed.
- The update of cell value after using the Expression Editor has been fixed.
- Drag and Drop in data source controls is fixed. 
- Scaling of checkboxes in datasource field lists on the Design Pane is fixed.
- The new datasource drop location and location of displaying the context menu
  after clicking the datasource field list action button are fixed.

March 26, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

+ When the last CTE reference is removed, a prompt to remove from the query 
  the CTE itself contains the link to switch to it.
= Query Structure Demo: The dumping of the WHERE clause is improved.
- Pervasive SQL: The parsing of the IF built-in function is fixed.
- The position of the CTE removal prompt on the query navigation bar is fixed.
- The link visual selection and painting on the Design Pane is fixed.

March 18, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- The bug on closing the Properties form with a wrong expression is fixed.
- Minor localization and other fixes are made.

March 10, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- The bug with the Expression column suggestion list when Metadata Container
  is empty has been fixed.
- MySQL: The Query Properties form initialization if there is no 
  SQLCalcFoundRows property is fixed.
- MySQL: The bug with PRECEDING keyword parsing is fixed.

March 03, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= The length of automatically generated aliases for single-word names is 
  limited to 3 characters.
= The ObjectNamesNormalization property set to False doesn't lead to the 
  full qualification of names added by code and visually.
- MySQL: "POSITION" is added to the list of valid identifiers.
- The location of buttons to show/hide unused fields on the Design Pane has
  been fixed.

February 15, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= The length of autogenerated aliases is limited by 5 characters.

February 02, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- Usage of alternate names in column prefixes has been fixed.
= The default value of BehaviorOptions.GenerateShortObjectAliases is set to false.
- Drawing in the Criteria column values has been fixed.

January 29, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

= SAP HANA: Support for the CONVERT_UNIT built-in function is added.
= MS Access: Parsing of optional identifier before subquery in the FROM clause
  has been fixed.
- Generation of short aliases for names with more than 3 fragments has been
- SQL generation for objects added to the query by alternate name has been
- Design Pane: Primary and foreign key fields aren't hidden by the "Hide unused
  fields" command even if they aren't used in the query.
- Design Pane: Link attachment points are updated after showing or hiding unused

January 20, 2021

Active Query Builder 3 WPF Edition v.

- MySQL: Support for UTC_* functions has been added.
- SQL Text Editor: Showing and hiding of suggestion popup has been fixed.
- Other minor bugs are fixed.

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