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March 11, 2013

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.18 is released
Teardata SQL Syntax is added, SQL Text Editor is improved.

March 04, 2013

Active Query Builder Java Edition 1.6 is released.
Teradata SQL syntax is made, more customizable SQL query text formatting is possible now.

February 28, 2013

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.20 are released.
Teradata SQL syntax is added, minor UI usability enhancements are made, 64-bit version of ActiveX control is available.

January 17, 2013

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 0.7 is released.
Ability to work with sub-queries is made.

November 19, 2012

Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition 2.1 is released.
Design Pane overview and Right-to-left layout are made, working without Design pane is possible now.

September 12, 2012

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.19 are released.
Support of RAD Studio XE3, new properties to customize SQL query text formatting.

August 17, 2012

Migration to Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition is simplified.
Migration tools and documentation are made.

August 09, 2012

Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition is released!
Instant start even with large database schema, ability to re-organize the Database Schema Tree and much more.

July 03, 2012

The trial version of Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition Beta is available.
Functionality of the previous version is restored in full, except the SQL Text Editor.

June 12, 2012

Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition Beta is out!
It is avaialble now for the customers with active subscription only.

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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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