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February 17, 2010

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.12 released.
Hiding complex expressions and sub-queries behind ordinary fields and saving derived tables as ordinary database objects is possible now.

October 22, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.11 released
Support of VistaDB 4 and custom aggregate functions for MS SQL Server, Portuguese (Brazil) translation is added.

October 21, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.14 released
Support of custom aggregate functions for MS SQL Server, other fixes and improvements.

August 13, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.10 released.
Support of DevExpress DXperience controls is made, Firebird 2.5 support is added.

August 03, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.13 released
Embarcadero RAD Studio 2010 and Firebird 2.5 are supported now.

June 11, 2009

Active Query Builder Java Edition 1.1 released
Ability to localize the component and to define custom expression builder for the Expression and Criteria columns is made.

May 19, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.12 released
Numerous usability, SQL syntax and API improvements are made.

May 18, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.9 released.
Numerous usability, SQL syntax and API improvements are made.

May 14, 2009

Active Query Builder Java Edition 1.0.5 released.
Numerous demo projects are added to illustrate different aspects of the functionality.

April 21, 2009

Active Query Builder Java Edition 1.0 is out!
The first public version of Active Query Builder Java Edition is released!

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We have been using Active Query Builder for over a year and must say that both the product and support have been outstanding!

We chose Active Query Builder due to its flexibility and features, but have been truly pleased by its power and hidden capabilities. ...

In summary Active Query Builder provides excellent components, great support and a very flexible feature set. It has allowed us to provide features to our end users that I did not think would be possible in the first release of our new tools and in a timeframe that was much shorter than planned. I would recommend that anyone dealing with databases in the .Net world should be aware of this component and its capabilities!


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