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June 11, 2010

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition is available for purchasing now.

We are glad to announce the availability of Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition. The component is stable enough and provides all the necessary functionality to build single SELECT queries, i.e. queries without sub-queries and unions. Ability to build complex queries will be added further.

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition can be purchased separately or bundled with Active Query Builder WinForms Edition in Professional Subscription. You may review all the purchasing options and prices at the Purchase Options page.

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition is sold based on a subscription model. This means that you will receive 12 months of free updates for this product from the date of purchase - be it a minor service update or a major new version. You may read more about licensing at the Purchase Benefits and the Common F.A.Q. pages.

Given the fact that ASP.NET Edition is based on non-visual part of the WinForms Edition, the Source code of Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition must include the Source code of Active Query Builder WinForms Edition. Thus, the Source Code of Active Query Builder for .NET (WinForms and ASP.NET Edition) is available only as an option of Professional Subscription that includes a license of both WinForms and ASP.NET Editions.

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