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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.

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.

December 23, 2011

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.18 released.
Ability to show query by parts and to modify sub-query text apart from the main query is made.

May 20, 2011

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.17 released.
Minor usability improvements are made, language files are converted to Unicode.

January 22, 2011

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.16 released
Visual building of queries with Common Table Expressions (CTE) is possible now.

March 17, 2010

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.15 released
Hiding complex expressions and sub-queries behind ordinary fields and saving derived tables as ordinary database objects is possible now.

October 21, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.14 released
Support of custom aggregate functions for MS SQL Server, other fixes and improvements.

August 03, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.13 released
Embarcadero RAD Studio 2010 and Firebird 2.5 are supported now.

May 19, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.12 released
Numerous usability, SQL syntax and API improvements are made.

February 26, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.11 released
Minor usability and syntax improvements, new properties and events to get control over the query building process.

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