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August 17, 2012

Migration to Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition is simplified.
Migration tools and documentation are made.

August 09, 2012

Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition is released!
Instant start even with large database schema, ability to re-organize the Database Schema Tree and much more.

July 03, 2012

The trial version of Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition Beta is available.
Functionality of the previous version is restored in full, except the SQL Text Editor.

June 12, 2012

Active Query Builder 2 .NET Edition Beta is out!
It is avaialble now for the customers with active subscription only.

March 14, 2012

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.17 released.
SQL Text Editor and Expression Editor are significantly improved.

December 26, 2011

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.16 released.
Ability to show query by parts and to modify sub-query text apart from the main query is made.

May 19, 2011

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.15 released.
Fine tuning of the component is made.

December 07, 2010

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.14 released.
Visual building of queries with CTE (Common Table Expressions) is possible now.

February 17, 2010

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.12 released.
Hiding complex expressions and sub-queries behind ordinary fields and saving derived tables as ordinary database objects is possible now.

October 22, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.11 released
Support of VistaDB 4 and custom aggregate functions for MS SQL Server, Portuguese (Brazil) translation is added.

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In summary Active Query Builder provides excellent components, great support and a very flexible feature set. It has allowed us to provide features to our end users that I did not think would be possible in the first release of our new tools and in a timeframe that was much shorter than planned. I would recommend that anyone dealing with databases in the .Net world should be aware of this component and its capabilities!


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