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December 13, 2018

Active Query Builder VCL Edition 1.29 improves auto-competion in the SQL Text Editor.

We're glad to announce the new minor version of Active Query Builder VCL Edition. You can evaluate the new version by requesting the trial. Customers can download the new version in the Customer's area.

What's new in the Active Query Builder VCL Edition version 1.29?

  • Support for RAD Studio 10.3 Rio has been added.
  • Initial support of SAP Hana SQL syntax has been added.
  • Initial support of Pervasive SQL syntax has been added.
  • SQL Text Editor: Code auto-completion improvements and fixes have been made.
  • Now it's possible to add and remove rows in the Query Columns List using the Alt+Insert and Alt+Delete keyboard shortcuts, move them up and down using the Alt+[Arrow Up/Down] keys.
  • New properties have been added to the QueryBuilder object to hide the controls for managing subqueries: SubQueryTabsVisible, UnionNavBarVisible.
  • The behavior of LinkOptions.CreateLinksByIdenticalFieldNames property has been changed. Links are created only if one of the fields is a part of the primary key.
  • Correction of incomplete "IN" expressions in condition cells of the Query Columns List has been improved.
  • DevExpress UI: Support for the new version 18.2 has been added.
  • DevExpress UI: Better application of skin colors has been made.
  • MySQL: Support for Common Table Expressions for MySql v8+ has been added.
  • Other bug fixes and minor improvements have been made.
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