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July 09, 2019

Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.8

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder VCL Edition v.1.29.8.

+ SQL Text Editor: The new TextEditorOptions.ReadOnly property has been added.
= SQL Text Editor: The suggestion window behavior has been improved.
= SQL Text Editor: MySQL analytic functions are added to the suggestion list.
= SQL Text Editor: The events for drag'n'drop have been added; support for 
  OLE text drag'n'drop has been made.
= SQL Text Editor: Mouse is captured on selection now.
+ SQL Text Editor: New events are added to customize lists of keywords and
  builtin functions: OnCustomizeKeywords and OnCustomizeFunctions.
- SQL Text Editor: Typing of colon-prefixed parameters has been fixed.
- SQL Text Editor: Slowness in displaying the suggestion list in the case
  of a large database schema has been eliminated.
= TreeOptions: CTEsNodeText and SubQueriesNodeText props are writable now.
- DevExpress: UnionNavBar auto sizing has been fixed.
- Dot-prefixing objects with an empty schema for servers without database
  namespace support has been fixed.
- QueryTransformer: The assignment of random column aliases for transformed
  queries in the Trial version has been fixed.
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