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August 22, 2008

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.7 released

We're glad to announce the new version of Active Query Builder .NET Edition. You can download the newest version or request the trial at the download page.

Major improvements of the new version 1.7 are the following:

  • WARNING: The mistakenly named property "CriteriListOptions" has been renamed to "CriteriaListOptions".
  • Customization of datasource's field lists at the query building area is made.
    The FieldListOptions property allows you to customize drawing of the datasource's field lists. You may show/hide/customize the following columns:
    • Status picture: is used now to mark Primary key fields only (FieldListOptions.MarkColumnOptions).
    • Field Name (FieldListOptions.NameColumnOptions)
    • Field Type (FieldListOptions.TypeColumnOptions)
    • Field Description: (FieldListOptions.DescriptionColumnOptions)
  • Field lists are retrieved now through the database server specific queries.
    This allows to display field types for specific database servers correctly, also this may speed up retrieval of the field lists.
  • Building queries with grouping is much simpler now with the new behavior of the expressions grid control. The "Output" and "Grouping" check boxes are switched automatically in order to get correct SQL query all the time.
  • All distributable assemblies have been signed with digital signature.
  • MySQL and Firebird parameters parsing is improved.
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes are made.
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