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July 06, 2019

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.7

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.7.

+ Query Structure Tree: sub-queries from WHERE and SQL expressions from other
  parts of the query are shown in the tree now.
+ New methods TacQueryBuilder.GetSqlAst/SetSqlAst are added to get/set the
  parsed AST query tree.
= Query Transformer: SQL-text based transformations are made with the query 
  AST tree now.
= AST tree operations have been speeded up.
= Log: the version number is now displayed in the "log opened" message.
= Universal Syntax Provider: add syntax properties autodetection is logged now.
- DevExpress: The width of buttons in the UnionNavBar is fixed.
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