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February 21, 2018

Using Redis to store server-side objects instead of the ASP.NET session-based storage
Updated AQB ASP.NET isn't tied to the storage based on the ASP.NET session but can store the state of server objects in a repository specified by the user.

February 20, 2018

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 3.1 improves the API of the new major version.
The ability to edit the text of sub-queries separately from the entire query has been made. Usage of the ASP.NET session mechanism is no longer mandatory.

January 29, 2018

How can we help users build queries easier?
We've realized that we haven't done much to help ordinary users build ordinary queries faster, and we hope that it's not too late to fill this gap.

January 16, 2018

Our plans for Active Query Builder
Our main goal is to give the user an opportunity to think about the data he needs to get with the query.

January 15, 2018

Query Inconsistency Alerts
Reduce support requests by letting users be more competent and write better queries with Active Query Builder.

January 12, 2018

Faster, smarter SQL query builder
What advantages does the user get on upgrading Active Query Builder to the third version?

January 11, 2018

Active Query Builder for .NET 3.4 lets add linked objects easier.
Better SQL expression errors handling, inconsistent query states warnings, easier work with large queries and DB schemas, better performance on loading metadata

Active Query Builder for .NET 3.4 lets add linked objects easier.
January 10, 2018

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 3.0 is finally available!
The new major version has got better UI, improved performance, simplified deployment, ASP.NET Core and client-side JavaScript rendering support.

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 3.0 is finally available!
November 20, 2017

Do you really need Visual Query Builder?
Answers to frequently asked questions about Visual Query Builder.

October 06, 2017

Active Query Builder VCL Edition 1.28 introduces new SQL formatting options.
Formatting of IF and CASE clauses, descriptions in hints of the Metadata Tree, editing parameters of stored procedures and other improvements have been made.




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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