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September 20, 2005

Active Query Builder released

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

What's new in Active Query Builder

  • SQLite dialect supported (TacSQLiteSyntaxProvider).
  • MS SQL Enterprise Manager style link painter implemented.
  • MS Access Link Painter: The new MarkStyle property is added to determine visual displaying of JOIN kinds. Now you can use MS SQL Enterprise Manager displaying of JOIN kinds combined with MS Access links painting style.
  • The IndentGlobal property was moved from the TSQLBuilder component to the TSQLBuilderSelectFormat component to define global indents in subqueries.
  • TacQueryBuilder: The new UseTableIcons property is added to display an icon in the header of objects depending on object style.
  • TacQueryBuilder: The new DefaultTableWidth property is added to alter default object width when added to the query builder.
  • New button is added to the header of objects to collapse them to the minimal height.
  • New button is added to the header of subquery objects to jump to their visual building area tab.
  • New "Add New SubQuery" menu item is added to the columns pane inline editor popup menu.
  • New "Autofit object height" menu item is added to the objects popup menu.
  • New menu items are added to the columns pane rows popup menu to move rows up and down.
  • New menu items are added to the unions panel popup menu to move subqueries and brackets forward and backward.
  • Fixed errors with SQL Builder output formatting of query text.
  • Fixed bug with clearing contents of Criteria field of columns pane in case of incorrect expression entered by user.
  • Several critical errors fixed.
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