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July 23, 2010

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 0.2 Beta is released.

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

What's new in the Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition version 0.2?

  • All QueryBuilder control parts are united within single ASCX control.
  • Metadata tree now shows table fields. You can drag fields from the tree and drop them right on the diagram pane or criteria grid, the corresponding table will be automatically added on the diagram pane and the field will be selected.
  • The new property ShowFields is added to the ObjectTree control to show/hide fields in the tree.
  • Data exchange protocol is improved: packet transfer is implemented for better performance.
  • Automatic restore on loosing connection after timeout is made.
  • Usage samples for Visual Studio 2005 are added.
  • Now all Debug/Warning/Error messages will be collected in one [Log.txt] file (stored in website root folder). Please send us this file in case of any server or client-side errors.

Please note that there were many changes in the component during the past few weeks, so please review the updated demo projects and read the Quick Start Guide if you're upgrading from some older version.

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