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September 13, 2005

Active Query Builder 0.9.9 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 0.9.9?

  • New ability is added to work with stored procedures and functions in TacBaseSyntaxProvider.
  • TacQueryBuilder: New methods are added to retrieve lists of tables, views and procedures to support server specific rules of retrieval. For example, to retrieve a list of tables for MS SQL Server, 'exec sp_tables' is executed now.
    You should use these methods instead of appropriate TacBaseMetadataProvider methods. Methods of TacBaseMetadataProvider remain unchanged, but they are obsolete now.
  • New OnGetProcedureNames event is added to the TacEventMetadataProvider component.

  • TSQLBuilderConditionFormat: The new IndentNestedConditions property is added to specify an indent for nested conditions.
  • TSQLBuilderFromClauseFormat: The new JoinConditionFormat property of the TSQLBuilderConditionFormat type is added to determine the layout of JOIN conditions.
  • TSQLBuilderConditionFormat: The new NewLineAfter property is added to split logical expressions by lines. Now you can start new lines in the following cases:
    • After top-most OR operators;
    • After all top-most logical operators;
    • After all logical operators.
  • TacQueryBuilder: The new LinkPainterClass public property is added to change link painting style programmatically.
  • The TacBaseSyntaxProvider component is moved to the acAST.pas module and merged with the TastBaseSyntaxProvider component.
  • Some minor improvements and bugfixes.

acMYSQLAST, acMSSQLAST and acPGSQLAST modules are removed, use acMYSQLSynProvider, acMSSQLSynProvider and acPGSQLSynProvider modules instead.

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