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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.

August 13, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.10 released.
Support of DevExpress DXperience controls is made, Firebird 2.5 support is added.

May 18, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.9 released.
Numerous usability, SQL syntax and API improvements are made.

January 16, 2009

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.8 released.
New events to get full control over the query building process, new look of Expression drop-down list, join type conversion between SQL dialects, German translation.

August 22, 2008

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.7 released
Ability to show field type and description is made.

July 08, 2008

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.6.5 released
Ability to define custom expression builder for the Expression and Criteria columns is made.

April 25, 2008

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.6 released.
Sleep mode is implemented, new SQL formatting options are added.

March 06, 2008

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.5 released
Non-visual mode, ability to define alternate names for database objects and their fields are implemented.

November 04, 2007

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.3.5 released
New syntax and metadata providers for PosgreSQL and Informix are implemented, ability to autodetect database server is added.

October 01, 2007

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.3 released
New visual interface to build GROUP BY/HAVING clauses, Sybase metadata provider.




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