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June 12, 2007

Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.1.6 released

We're glad to announce the new minor version of Active Query Builder .NET Edition. You can download the free version or request trial at the download page.

What's new in the Active Query Builder .NET Edition 1.1.6?

  • General Improvements
    • Significantly increased speed of working.
    • Ability to localize the component is implemented.
    • Assemblies no allow partially trusted callers.
    • VB.NET sample application is added.
    • Non-Visual sample project is updated.
  • SQL Parsing Improvements
    • DB2 Syntax and Metadata Providers are added. *
    • MySQL Syntax and Metadata Providers are added. *
    • Numbers in scientific notation are supported now.
  • Programming API improvements
    • New QueryBuilder.LayoutSQL property is added. It allows to save and restore the SQL query and the layout of data source objects on the diagram pane.
    • New UnionSubQuery properties allowing to get all query clauses in the text form: UnionSubQuery.SelectListString, UnionSubQuery.FromClauseString, UnionSubQuery.WhereClauseString, UnionSubQuery.GroupByClauseString, UnionSubQuery.HavingClauseString, UnionSubQuery.OrderByClauseString.
  • SQL Parsing bug fixes
    • Fixed bug with wrong quotation of SQL functions in QuoteAllIdentifiers mode.
    • Removed unwanted object prefixes in the metadata tree and Add Object form.
    • Removed unwanted object prefixes in the caption of the data source window.
    • Fixed bug with unsupported JOIN clauses in Oracle 8i.
  • Other bug fixes
    • Splitter of the query structure tree went wrong side after making the tree visible.
    • Fixed wrong drawing of Access style links (arrows on the opposite side).
    • Query structure tree didn't refresh when the query builder becomes visible. Fixed.
    • Query statistics didn't show fields for offline tables. Fixed.

* - these features will be available in the Standard version of Active Query Builder only.

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