Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.4.
+ Dutch localization has been added. + The Query Structure Tree is improved. It is more sensibly organized and allows performing various actions with nodes using context menus. + New methods to get the list of linked servers and databases from them are added: GetServersList, GetDatabasesList(serverName) = MS SQL Server: Objects from linked servers without database or schema support are retrieved fine now. = The Create Query Demo has been rewritten. It includes more code samples of programmatic SQL query creation. = MySQL: The default server version is set to 8.0. = Pervasive: Parsing of some built-in functions has been fixed. = Minor SQL formatting fixes and improvements have been made. = PostgreSQL: "table.*" is accepted now as an ordinary row expression term. = NexusDB: The list of reserved words has been updated. = SAP Hana: Support for missing functions has been added: LEFT, RIGHT and (REPLACE/SUBSTR/OCCURRENCES)_REGEXPR. - Scaling issues have been fixed. - The bug with not switching to the new subquery on creating a Derived Table has been fixed. - CrMyDACMetadataProvider: A workaround for the MyQuery.PSSetParams issue has been made. - AdvantageMetadataProvider: Client package name for newer Delphi versions has been updated.
[ Legend: ] [ + New feature ] [ = Improved/changed feature ] [ - Bug fix ] [ ! Important notice ]
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