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November 10, 2005

.Net-ready ActiveX Edition of Active Query Builder released!

Active Database Software is glad to announce new edition of its powerful component intended for visual building of complex SQL queries with unions and sub-queries. This Edition represented as an COM/ActiveX component that can be used in .Net applications as well.

Key features of Active Query Builder ActiveX Edition

  • Visual buiding of SELECT SQL queries with unions and sub-queries
  • User-friendly interface operated by easy drag & drop operations.
  • Powerful SQL Parser correctly percieving multiple SQL dialects
  • Complete support for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, InterBase and more SQL dialects
  • Highly customizable SQL builder repersenting SQL code exactly the way you like it.
  • Powerful visual settings module for seamless intregation into your application
  • Easy integration by setting a few properties or adding a few lines of code
  • Free version for a full-scale study of features and quality of the component

Full text of press release in English.

Special Offer!

Buying the ActiveX Edition of Active Query Builder till December 1, 2005 you will get the .Net Edition with sources* for Free!

There is no doubt that the price of the .Net Edition wouldn't be as low as the price of the ActiveX Edition, so don't miss the unique chance to make a rational investment, buy Active Query Builder now!

* We are planning to release the .Net Edition of Active Query Builder in the first quarter of 2006.

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