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February 28, 2013

Active Query Builder VCL and ActiveX Editions 1.20 are released.

We're glad to announce the new minor version of Active Query Builder. You can download the newest version from the download page.

What's new in the Active Query Builder version 1.20?

  • ActiveX: 64-bit version is made.
  • Greek translation is added.
  • Teradata syntax provider is made.
  • MS SQL Compact Edition syntax provider is made.
  • Double clicking on a datasource column moves focus to the first criteria cell of the newly added criteria item.
  • An algorithm of choosing datasources for links with complex expressions is improved.
  • Conditions like ">= @DT_END AND <= @DT_START" are loaded into one cell now.
  • The "CTE" prefix is added to CTE sub-query tabs to distinguish them from other types of sub-queries.
  • Select item alias is used as subquery tab caption now.
  • The new "Add Union Sub-query" button is added to the Union navigation bar.
  • The new button is added to each datasource to collapse/expand it's field list.
  • The new GridAlternateRowColor property is made to highlight even rows of the grid.
  • The new FieldListOptions.ShowCollapseExpandButton and FieldListOptions.CollapseExpandButtonLocation properties are made to determine visiblilty and location of the collapse/expand button.
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