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April 22, 2020

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 3.6 helps find and change various options in the query faster.

We are glad to present to your attention the new version of Active Query Builder for .NET - ASP.NET Edition. Using it you will deal with routine SQL tasks much faster.

The free evaluation version is instantly available for download on the download page. Customers can download the full version in the Customer's area.

What's new in version 3.6?

  • Faster SQL building with new ways to navigate and edit queries
    • The indication of sorting, aggregation, and conditions for a column in the object field list on Design Pane has been made.
    • The new way to define sorting, grouping, aggregations, and sorting via the context menu of the datasource field list has been introduced. It also helps to switch to the existing condition in the Query Columns Grid.
    • It's possible now to define a set of ready-to-use conditions for specific fields and data types for instant applying via the datasource field list context menu.
    • Upcoming: The user can switch now to sub-queries in WHERE and HAVING parts of the query using a button next to a corresponding field in the datasource field list.
  • Other important improvements
    • Hebrew and Dutch localizations have been added; other localizations are updated.
    • Query Transformer: The ability to add grouping (GROUP BY section) to the initial query has been made.
    • Last, but not the least, the ability to consolidate metadata from different connections to use in one SQL query.
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