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November 08, 2007

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX 1.8 released

We're glad to announce the new version of Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions. You can download the newest version or request the trial from the download page.

Major improvements of the new version 1.8 are the following:

  • Improved usability of building GROUP BY/HAVING clauses with the new columns pane grouping style.
  • Ability to define alternate names for database objects and their fields is implemented.
  • Some speed optimizations were made.
  • Support of IBM DB2 and ANSI SQL/2003 standard dialects is implemented.
  • Ability to detect SQL syntax of the currently connected database server automatically is added.
  • DBLink support is implemented for Oracle databases.
  • Russian, Japanese, Turkish, Portuguese(Brazil), German and Swedish languages were added.
  • Ability to use external custom expression builder is made.
  • The new events are added to control addition and removal of the query datasources.
  • Ability to save an restore all or selected groups of properties is implemented.
  • VCL Edition: Softvector ODBC DAC, VistaDB and ElevateDB connectivity packages were implemented.
  • VCL Edition: Delphi/C++ Builder 2007 support is implemented.

You may find more detailed information about new features and improvements of the new version here:

» What's new in Active Query Builder VCL Edition 1.8

» What's new in Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition 1.8

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