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February 26, 2009

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.11 released

We're glad to announce the new minor version of Active Query Builder. You can download the newest version from the download page.

What's new in the Active Query Builder version 1.11?

  • Automatic correction of the "Output" and "Grouping" column check boxes is performed now to generate correct SQL queries with grouping permanently.
  • New datasource context menu items are added to check/uncheck all fields for a datasource.
  • Downgrade links of loaded query is implemented when Syntax changed to one which doesn't support ANSI joins.
  • Now the "= null" and "<> null" values in Criteria cells and translateed to the "Is Null" and "Is Not Null" values.
  • Numeric condition values for string fields are quoted automatically now.
  • The FROM clause is now generated only when query has datasources.
  • New properties are added to take control over the links creation process. See details in the History: ActiveX Edition, VCL Edition.
  • Lots of improvements and bug fixes for different SQL syntaxes.

What's new in the Active Query Builder VCL Edition version 1.11?

  • New events are added to control specific end-user manipulations. See details in the History.
  • New sample project is added to demonstrate usage of new events for getting control over the query building process.
  • DevArt UniDAC connectivity package is added.
  • DevArt PostgreSQL DAC connectivity package is added.
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