Active Query Builder .NET WinForms Edition 126.96.36.1995 | 15 Mb
Active Query Builder WinForms Edition is a visual query builder component suite that allows your end-users to build complex SQL queries, as well as to parse, analyze SQL queries and represent them visually. Its powerful API allows you to parse complex SQL queries for programmatic analysis and modification. Active Query Builder is a true two-way query builder, so that you can combine visual query building with direct SQL query text editing.
Active Query Builder built with standard .NET controls, thus it’s seamlessly integrate into your WinForms application. Active Query Builder WinForms Edition will always look natively with any Windows theme and version as it uses child windows to display database objects on the Design Pane.
Supports Visual Studio 2005-2013 (any programming language)
Fully compatible with .NET Framework from 2.0 up to 4.5.
Doesn’t contain CPU platform dependent code, compiled in AnyCPU mode.
Runs on any Microsoft .NET Framework-compatible system.
Simple and clear visual SQL query building interface
Customizable query building environment
Easy metadata management
Powerful API to analyze and modify SQL queries
Advanced SQL Text Editor and Expression Editor with code completion and syntax highlight.
User interface built with DevExpress DXperience WinForms controls.
Full Source Code as a separate purchase option.
Active Query Builder WinForms .NET Edition is shipped with the full set of visual assistants that allow you to get up and running in seconds.
The Configuration Wizard will guide you through the process of adding component on a form by letting you choose the required database server, and setting up the connection to it, and even adding the necessary initialization strings to the source code of your form.
The Metadata Editor will let you set up the presentation of your database for the end-user by selecting the way objects are organized within the Database Schema Tree, defining alternate user-friendly names, removing unwanted objects, etc.
A wide range of demo projects will help you to master the component quickly.
The API reference is integrated in the Visual Studio help system and also available online.