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Visual Query Builder with unions and sub-queries

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I am glad to present to the community of this group the new version of
our component intended for visual building of SQL queries via an
intuitive interface - Active Query Builder
( It has full support for MS SQL
Server dialect starting from version 7 to 2005.

Active Query Builder can be used in different development environments.
Today our visual component is availiable in the following editions:
ActiveX Edition (.Net-ready COM/ActiveX control) and VCL Edition
(Borland Delphi and C++ Builder component).

It differs from the rest of the components by its the powerful
graphical engine that allows you to build queries visually involving
unions, nested joins and sub-queries. Working with Active SQL Query
builder you can access each union and subquery in one-touch; complex
queries can be navigated easily with the tree pane. Columns pane allows
you to define grouping, sorting, and constructing criteria in a simple
and direct way.

The interface of Active SQL Query Builder for Delphi is similar to
either MS-Access or SQL Server visual query construction interface, but
is much more powerful compared to other similar components. The
component may be integrated into your application written in almost any
language with just few lines of code. Active Query Builder is shipped
with detailed help system and easy-to-understand demo application to
help you minimize the learning curve.

You can download the Free edition of our component as well as compiled
demo application from the download page at

Thank you for your attention.

Merry Christmas!

Dec 27 '05 #1
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