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May 25, 2019

Active Query Builder 3 ASP.NET Edition v.3.4.5

Below is the list of fixes and improvements in Active Query Builder 3 ASP.NET Edition v.3.4.5.

= Status bar can be closed manually now.
+ The new VerifyingQueryElements demo has been added to illustrate preserving
  of specific query parts despite the user's intention to remove them.
+ New server-side events have been added to the QueryBuilder class: 
  QueryColumnListItemAdding, QueryColumnListItemChanging, 
  QueryColumnListItemRemoving, DataSourceAdding, DataSourceRemoving,
  DataSourceFieldAdding, DataSourceFieldRemoving, LinkRemoving, LinkCreating,
+ GridComponent.Events.GridOnReload client event has been added.
+ The '-ing' QueryBuilder client events can now be used to abort user actions:
  DataSourceFieldAdding, DataSourceFieldRemoving, DataSourceDeleting.
- The bug with loading child items of custom Metadata Structure nodes has been
- The grid.findRowsByExpression method changed, used strict expression 
  comparison instead.
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