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June 11, 2010

Active Query Builder .NET Professional Subscription is released

Active Database Software announces immediate availability of Active Query Builder .NET Professional Subscription.

.NET Professional Subscription is a convenient way to guarantee access to the most recent versions of Active Query Builder for .NET components family. For minimal price, you get one-year access to all components produced by Active Database Software for the .NET Framework and receive unlimited Priority Support during the subscription period.

Unlike the Standard Subscriptions that provide access to specific versions of Active Query Builder, the .NET Professional Subscription lets you to receive all future versions of Active Query Builder and other components for the .NET Framework. For example, we are planning to release WPF version of Active Query Builder in a year.

Currently Active Query Builder .NET Professional Subscription includes:

  • Active Query Builder WinForms .NET Edition
  • Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition
  • Advanced SQL Text Editor for WinForms .NET Edition
  • Advanced Expression Editor for WinForms .NET Edition
  • DevExpress controls User Interface for WinForms .NET Edition
  • Optional: Full Source Code

You may review all the purchasing options and prices at the Purchase Options page.

Existing customers of Active Query Builder may learn about upgrading to Professional Subscription here.

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