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December 14, 2023

Active Query Builder ASP.NET Edition 3.10 adds support for SignalR client-server communication

We are glad to present to your attention the new version of Active Query Builder for .NET WinForms, WPF, and ASP.NET Editions.

The free evaluation version is instantly available for download on the download page. Customers can download the full version in the Customer's area.

What's new in version 3.10?

Support for SignalR lets use Active Query Builder in Blazor apps. Follow the SignalR knowledge base article to learn how to use it and review the new SignalR and Blazor demo projects included in the installation package.

  • ASP.NET: Re-ordering datasources in inner groups of the FROM clause is possible now.
  • Only one link is created now on adding a new datasource to the design pane.
  • Snowflake: Support for the latest Snowflake features is made.
  • PostgreSQL: Partitioned tables are fetched now on schema load.
  • PostgreSQL: Support for custom aggregate functions is added.
  • The new method MetadataItem.AddAggregate is added to add custom aggregates.
  • The new method DataSourceGroup.SetNewDataSourcesOrder is added to reorder datasources within a group.
  • The bug with "(Not) In List" operator in the SQL Filter Builder control is fixed.
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