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December 28, 2010

Active Query Builder Java Edition 1.3 released.

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

What's new in the Active Query Builder Java Edition version 1.3?

  • Visual improvements:
    • Visual building of queries with Common Table Expressions (CTE) is possible now. You may add, link, rename and remove CTE visually.
  • Localization:
    • Italian, Swedish, Spanish and Arabic (Saudi Arabia) translations are added.
  • Union Navigation Bar:
    • Empty brackets now will be removed automatically.
    • Tooltip over the union symbol now shows correct value.
    • Union operator was changing after some manipulaitons. Fixed now.
  • Oracle fixes and improvements:
    • Global pipelined functions can be used in FROM clause and loaded in the metadata tree now.
    • Loading of materialized views is fixed.
    • DBLinks syntax is fixed.
    • Aggregate functions for Oracle 11 are added.
    • Support for CURSOR() expressions is added.
    • Loading of metadata relations is optimized.
  • Other fixes and improvements:
    • Server version auto-detection is implemented for most of database servers.
    • Firebird: DateAdd, DateDiff, Overlay, Position built-in functions are added.
    • MS Access: probelm with '$' char in built-in function names is fixed, problem with MS Excel sheet names quotation is solved.
    • Automatic generation of aliases is fixed.
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